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New PM won't change Britain's EU exit deal: Commission

Reuters Tuesday, 11 June 2019 ()
The election of a new British prime minister will not change the accord on Britain's departure from the bloc agreed between the EU and the outgoing premier in London, a European Commission spokesman said on Tuesday.
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