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EU parliament head says Britain now faces choice of Brexit delay or no deal

Reuters Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
European Parliament head David Sassoli said on Wednesday that "not much progress" has been made in Brexit talks and that Britain must now ask for a delay to its Oct. 31 departure date or crash out without a divorce agreement.
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