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British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Nov. 14 that her Cabinet had agreed to a draft Brexit agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union.The deal, which must next be approved by the British Parliament, faces significant opposition both from within May's Conservative Party and from other parties.What's the deal?Based on early reports on the details of the draft deal, the United Kingdom would remain in a customs union with the EU throughout a transition period and until there is an agreement on a permanent trade deal.Where do the others stand?Without the support of hard-line pro-Brexit members of the Conservative Party of which The Guardian estimates there are anywhere between 40 and 80 who might vote against the deal along with the 10 DUP members, May will need to secure a significant number of opposition party members to pass the deal.Procedurally, the withdrawal deal must now be approved by the U.K. Parliament, but several more wrinkles will need to be smoothed over before that happens.The wrinkles With Cabinet approval out of the way, May can now turn her attention to securing Parliament's support for the deal.
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