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EU tells Britain: There will be no renegotiation of Brexit deal

The Age Tuesday, 28 May 2019
One of the candidates to replace Theresa May, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, said it would be "political suicide" to pursue a 'no deal' Brexit, a reprimand to frontrunner Boris Johnson.
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According to Reuters, The European Union will not renegotiate the Brexit deal that Prime Minister Theresa May agreed, Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Tuesday, as concerns grew that a successor to May could trigger a confrontation with the bloc. Brexit is up in the air after May...

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