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PM to secure Brexit deal that 'commands broad support'

Theresa May will try to reassure people in Northern Ireland that she can secure a Brexit deal that avoids a hard border with Ireland during a visit later. In a speech to business leaders, the prime minister will pledge to secure a deal with the EU that "commands broad support" and a majority in parliament.The DUP leader Arlene Foster said the "toxic backstop" remains the problem.In Westminster, the working group of Leave and Remain MPs will continue to try to agree alternative solutions.However, European Union leaders have continued to rule out making changes to the withdrawal deal as agreed.Q&A: Irish border Brexit backstop Can technology solve Irish border problem? Katya Adler: EU digs in its heels The prime minister is expected ...