Britain's Secretary of State for Departing the EU David Davis delivers a speech on Britain's security relationship with the EU after Brexit, in London, June 6, 2018. Leon Neal/Pool via Reuters
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British ministers will meet Thursday to try to hammer out an agreement over a "backstop" plan for the Irish border after concerns were raised by the Brexit minister that a current proposal would keep Britain tied to the EU indefinitely.Ten months before Britain is due to leave the European Union, May is struggling to unite her ministers over the backstop plan -- an arrangement that would essentially keep Britain in the bloc's customs union after a transition period in case of any delay in the implementation of a Brexit deal.
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