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Boris Johnson urges EU 'rethink' on Brexit deal

Sydney Morning Herald Thursday, 25 July 2019
Boris Johnson has called on the EU to "rethink" its refusal to renegotiate the Brexit deal, as he pledged to throw all his energy into making sure Britain leaves the bloc on time.
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Britain's new prime minister calls for the European Union to 'rethink' its refusal to renegotiate Brexit divorce deal.

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