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EU mulls delay as Britain says Johnson's deal is the Brexit endgame

Reuters Thursday, 24 October 2019
The United Kingdom will ultimately leave the European Union on the terms of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's deal, a senior Downing Street source said on Thursday, as EU leaders mulled offering London a three-month flexible Brexit delay.
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