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Brexit Minister To Remain In Post Even If No Deal

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Brexit Minister To Remain In Post Even If No Deal

Brexit Minister To Remain In Post Even If No Deal

According to Reuters, Britain's Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union will stay in his post if the Brexit deal is voted down in Parliament.

Brexit minister Stephen Barclay said that he intends to remain in his position, even if the UK leaves the EU on March 29th without withdrawal agreement.

Secretary Barclay added that he would need to help oversee the process regardless of a Brexit deal, and manage any foreseeable risks related to leaving the Euro bloc without a deal.

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