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EU leaders express dismay after May's Brexit defeat

Reuters India Wednesday, 16 January 2019
European Union leaders expressed dismay and regret on Tuesday after the British parliament rejected a Brexit divorce deal, saying they were stepping up emergency planning and warned London was running out of time.

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