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Brexit would 'diminish' UK, says Dutch PM Mark Rutte

BBC News Thursday, 20 June 2019
Brexit would 'diminish' UK, says Dutch PM Mark RutteThe Dutch PM said there was "no point" in further negotiations, unless the UK changed its red lines.

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