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Sling them out or long delay: Europeans weigh Brexit options

Reuters Friday, 15 March 2019 ()
European Union leaders will tell Prime Minister Theresa May next week how much longer Britain can stay in the bloc as British lawmakers struggle to agree on how and when, or even if, the country is leaving.
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