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Brexit group apologizes for casting Germany's Merkel as a 'kraut'

Reuters Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
A Brexit campaign group apologized on Wednesday for describing German Chancellor Angela Merkel as a "kraut" who was bossing Britain about in negotiations over its exit from the European Union.
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