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Spain would offer UK Brexit extension, but needs explanation of new agreement: Spain Foreign Minister

Reuters Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Spain thinks the EU should be ready to offer Britain an extension of the Brexit process, but London must first explain how it will seek a new agreement, Spain's Foreign Minister Josep Borrell said at an event in Warsaw on Tuesday.
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