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EU Commission president nominee says open to further Brexit extension

Reuters Monday, 15 July 2019
The choice of EU leaders for European Commission president said on Monday she would support giving Britain more time to negotiate its exit from the bloc as part of a series of promises to persuade a lukewarm EU parliament to back her in the post.
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News video: Von der Leyen ready to back Brexit extension

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EU Commission president nominee Ursula von der Leyen says she is prepared to extend Brexit beyond the 31 October deadline.

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