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Countdown to divorce: the meetings that will decide Brexit

WorldNews Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Countdown to divorce: the meetings that will decide Brexit(Reuters) - The following events over the next three weeks will determine whether Britain exits the European Union as planned on Oct. 31 or the three-year-old Brexit saga takes another twist. Oct 10 – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson meets his Irish counterpart, Leo Varadkar, in northwest England in what is billed as a last chance for them to clear the biggest hurdle to an agreed Brexit: future arrangements for the border between EU-member...
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Countdown to divorce: Meetings that will decide Brexit

The following events will determine whether Britain exits the European Union as planned on Oct. 31 or the three-year-old Brexit saga takes another twist.
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