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no breaks it break through for Theresa may on Monday talks between the British government and opposition labor party have some fog gone nowhere according to labor's brexit point man kiss drama we're waiting to see what the government is putting on the table is a proposal %HESITATION old left on so far is is to indicate various things but not to change the political decoration side of the bulls in the government's cool we need to see what they come back with , may his turn to labor in a bid to end the deadlock over her brexit plan which has already been rejected three times in parliament opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn once it's a move so cold red lines and consider support for their idea of staying in the customs union with the one you post brexit something the government has long said it one supports Congo into any of those discussions %HESITATION with big red lines because of the lies my point having , we are very clear about the type of brexit we want Britain is due to leave the E. U. on Friday the E. U. leaders meet Wednesday to discuss another request for may to extend brexit to June thirtieth to get that extension the British prime minister must convince a U. leaders you may prefer a longer extension that she has a viable plan she's now due to meet Emanuel micron in Paris on Tuesday and angle Americal in Berlin