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No-deal Brexit increasingly likely: EU officials

Reuters Monday, 25 March 2019
The European Union believes that a no-deal Brexit is "increasingly likely", EU officials said on Monday after the bloc gave Britain two more weeks to solve its political stalemate, but is doubtful that would work.
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