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Cliff-edge Brexit will hurt UK more than EU, says von der Leyen

WorldNews Wednesday, 18 December 2019
Cliff-edge Brexit will hurt UK more than EU, says von der LeyenEU president warns of time running out in negotiations if UK leaves on 31 January Ursula von der Leyen has warned that a cliff-edge Brexit at the end of 2020 will hurt the UK more than the EU as she laid out her intentions to “make the most” out of the “extremely challenging” 11 months available to...
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