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Brexit: Macron 'deeply sad' as UK leaves the European Union

BBC News Saturday, 1 February 2020 ()
France's Emmanuel Macron says he is "deeply sad" - but David Davis says "everybody" will win from Brexit.
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Stop Brexit Man accuses Boris Johnson of "lying to the nation" as UK exits EU tomorrow 02:25

As pro-EU demonstrators gathered outside the UK Parliament to oppose Brexit Thursday (January 30), the 'Stop Brexit Man', Steve Bray, accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson of "lying to the nation" and said, "we're in a sad state". Steve said he was in Brussels last week to say goodbye to the...

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