May tries to renegotiate Brexit deal in Brussels talks

May survived a no-confidence vote triggered by her own party's MPs, but her hopes of reopening negotiations on the Brexit deal seem likely to founder on the continent.

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    Britain's prime minister says she's not expecting an "immediate breakthrough" as she tries to renegotiate her Brexit deal.

    Theresa May spent Thursday meeting European Union leaders in Brussels.

    Just a day earlier, she survived a confidence vote triggered by her own MPs, who were unhappy with her withdrawal agreement.

    In Brussels, many EU leaders, however eager to avoid a "no-deal" Brexit, are sceptical that the deal can be renegotiated.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports.


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