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Yes, ma'am: Merkel gives Boris Johnson 30 days to fix Brexit backstop

Brisbane Times Thursday, 22 August 2019
The British PM, on his first visit to Germany since becoming leader last month, appeared to acknowledge that the ball was now in his court.
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