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Berlin can agree to Brexit delay if British parliament backs May's deal - Merkel

Reuters India Thursday, 21 March 2019
Germany is prepared to agree to Britain's request for a postponement of Brexit if the parliament in London backs British Prime Minister Theresa May's exit deal, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday.
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