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UK PM Johnson to have law for Brexit arrangements to end by Dec. 31 next year: ITV

Reuters Monday, 16 December 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson would use his huge majority to have the revised Withdrawal Agreement Bill put into law that the arrangements for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union must end by Dec. 31 next year, ITV reported on Monday.
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