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Government to intensify preparations for no-deal Brexit

RTE.ie Tuesday, 15 January 2019
Government to intensify preparations for no-deal BrexitThe Government has said it will intensify preparations for a no-deal Brexit after British MPs overwhelming voted to reject a divorce deal that UK Prime Minister Theresa May had struck with EU leaders.
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Saying he regretted the decision of the House of Commons to reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal, French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced on January 17 he would be triggering France’s no-deal Brexit plan.The likelihood of a no-deal Brexit had become, he said, “less and less...

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