According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, Britain's Conservative government held what it called 'constructive and detailed' talks with the opposition Labour Party, as the two sides struggle to break a parliamentary deadlock over the country's exit from the European bloc. Reuters reports that after Prime Minister Theresa May's deal was rejected three times by parliament and the withdrawal was delayed, the government has spent over four weeks in talks that have done little to soften either party's position. A Downing Street spokesman reportedly said, “Today’s meeting was constructive and detailed. The teams have agreed to meet again for follow-up talks tomorrow afternoon, recognizing the need to resolve the current Brexit deadlock in Parliament."

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