UK Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt is confidence that Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal could get through the parliament if EU would clarify that the Irish backstop solution is temporary. He told BBC radio that “If it is temporary, then parliament can live with that,” and, “we can get this through, absolutely can.”

UK MPs are due to return in the week of January 7 and the debate on Brexit agreement will resume. For now, the rescheduled vote on the agreement will planned to be held in the week of January 14.

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