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UK PM Johnson told EU Parliament's Sassoli UK wants a Brexit deal: Downing Street

Reuters Tuesday, 8 October 2019 ()
British prime minister Boris Johnson told the European Parliament's president, David Sassoli, he wanted to leave the European Union with a deal, a Downing Street spokesperson said after they held talks in London.
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