Theresa May says she's listening to concerns about the Irish Backstop
The Prime Minster has battled through another day of Brexit discussions in Parliament
Theresa May has said that she's listening to lawmakers' concerns about the so-called Northern Irish backstop arrangements in the Brexit deal to try to find a way forward.
"I believe that the deal we have negotiated is a good deal. I recognise that concerns have been raised, particularly around the backstop and that is an issue, ... I am continuing to listen to colleagues on that and considering the way forward," she told parliament.
The debates into the Brexit deal continue into next week, with the major vote on the 11th of DecemberPublished: by Radio NewsHub