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France says no to further delay on Brexit

WorldNews Sunday, 8 September 2019 ()
France says no to further delay on BrexitFrench Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has rejected any further delay to Britain's exit from the EU, currently scheduled for 31 October but clouded by political turmoil in London. In the current circumstances, it's no We are not going to go through this every three months, Le Drian said Sunday on French TV, Le Grand Rendez-vous Europe1/CNEWS/Les Echos. ......
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