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Boris Johnson to tell Merkel and Macron there must be new Brexit deal

Belfast Telegraph Saturday, 17 August 2019
Boris Johnson will tell Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron that there must be a new Brexit deal when he makes his first trip abroad as Prime Minister.
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