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Germany Dismisses Reports Merkel Would Limit Brexit Backstop To 5 Years

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Germany Dismisses Reports Merkel Would Limit Brexit Backstop To 5 Years

Germany Dismisses Reports Merkel Would Limit Brexit Backstop To 5 Years

Reuters reports A German government spokesman dismissed as “without any foundation” reports that Chancellor Angela Merkel was prepared to limit to five years the so-called backstop that would prevent a hard border in Ireland after Brexit.

The German government spokesman said in an e-mailed statement on Tuesday “The reports are without any foundation,.

The withdrawal agreement stands.”

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