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UK tells EU: door is ajar so come to us with a few Brexit concessions

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UK tells EU: door is ajar so come to us with a few Brexit concessionsLONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants the European Union to come forward with relatively small concessions on Brexit...
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