A general view of Parliament Buildings at Stormont in Belfast, Northern Ireland March 7, 2017. (REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne)
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The United Kingdom is considering attempting to break the deadlock in Brexit negotiations with a proposal to give Northern Ireland joint UK and European Union status so it can trade freely with both, a government official said.It was not immediately clear whether the EU would accept such a proposal.May previously pledged to take the UK out of the EU customs union by considering two options.EU officials are warning time is running out to seal a Brexit deal this year because there has been not enough progress in negotiations, and have criticized May for not setting out how the UK would achieve a frictionless border with the EU without erecting a land border on the island of Ireland.
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