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Macron Weighs In On UK's Brexit

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Macron Weighs In On UK's Brexit

Macron Weighs In On UK's Brexit

French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday Britain would be the biggest loser if it crashed out of the EU without a deal, reacting to news that the UK parliament had resoundingly rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit divorce agreement.

“First option, they go toward a no-deal.

They say: ‘there is no deal’.

That’s scary for everybody.

The first losers in this would be the British,” Macron told mayors during a town hall meeting.

Macron was in the middle of an almost seven-hour debate with local officials when he was told of the result of the British vote.


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