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EU moves towards Brexit delay as PM Johnson seeks election to break impasse

Reuters Tuesday, 22 October 2019
EU leaders should delay Brexit after Prime Minister Boris Johnson paused legislation on his deal following a parliamentary defeat, EU Council President Donald Tusk said on Tuesday, as Britain spins towards a possible election to break the impasse.
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