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Macron pours cold water on Johnson hopes for Brexit deal

SBS Thursday, 22 August 2019
French President Emmanuel Macron gave British Prime Minister Boris Johnson little hope he’s prepared to compromise on Brexit and said any changes to the current deal won’t be very significant.
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Boris Johnson met French President Emmanuel Macron to try to push for a new Brexit deal, but the answer was a resounding "non". Lucy Fielder reports.

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