Theresa May makes statement to MPs about what she plans next following the Commons defeat of her Brexit plan
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May says there are four other issues. On these, there could be some progress, she says.
On the backstop, May says she will not reopen the Good Friday agremeent.
Second, says May, some MPs have argued for a second referendum.
She says this would undermine trust in politics. Article 50 would have to be extended. And she says holding a second vote could undermine social cohesion.