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Short Brexit delay to discuss May's deal 'out of the question': France

Reuters Thursday, 14 March 2019 ()
France does not support a short extension to Article 50 if it is merely for Britain to try and reopen negotiations over its divorce terms with the European Union, an official in President Emmanuel Macron's office said.
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