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German Minister Tells Brexit Britain To Stop Testing His Patience

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German Minister Tells Brexit Britain To Stop Testing His Patience

German Minister Tells Brexit Britain To Stop Testing His Patience

According to Reuters.com, "Germany’s Europe Minister urged London to come up “at last” with concrete proposals on how it wants to proceed with leaving the European Union after a ruling by the speaker of Britain’s Parliament upturned the government’s Brexit strategy." Michael Roth told reporters, “Our patience as the European Union is being sorely tested at the moment.

I can only call once again on our British partners in London to make concrete proposals at last on why they want an extension.”

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