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German minister tells Brexit Britain: 'Please deliver'

Reuters Tuesday, 19 March 2019
The European Union is increasingly exhausted by Brexit negotiations and needs a "clear and precise" request from the UK on reasons behind any Brexit delay, Germany's EU minister Michael Roth said on Tuesday.
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According to Reuters.com, "Germany’s Europe Minister urged London to come up “at last” with concrete proposals on how it wants to proceed with leaving the European Union after a ruling by the speaker of Britain’s Parliament upturned the government’s Brexit strategy." Michael Roth told...

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