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Incoming EU chief von der Leyen says 'we don't want a hard Brexit'

Reuters Thursday, 18 July 2019
The future head of the European Commission said she would be minded to grant Britain an extension to talks on its exit from the EU if London gave good grounds, adding that an orderly departure was important to launch future ties on a good footing.
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Ursula von der Leyen has said she would grant another extension to the Brexit deadline if Britain needed it to assure an orderly withdrawal from the bloc. She made the announcement as she set out her vision as European Commission president to MEPs. If elected, Von der Leyen would become the first...

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