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Macron backs more Brexit talks but says backstop 'indispensable'

SBS Thursday, 22 August 2019
Echoing comments by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Macron supported allowing another month to find a solution to the vexed issue of the Irish border, but called the backstop "indispensable."
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French President Emmanuel Macron warns Prime Minister Boris Johnson there isn't enough time to negotiate a whole new Brexit deal, while Angela Merkel's comments that she has not given Britain 30 days to find a solution to the so-called Irish backstop sent the Pound up Thursday afternoon. Francis...

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