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France Finance Minister Says UK Must Present Credible Way Out Of Brexit Crisis

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France Finance Minister Says UK Must Present Credible Way Out Of Brexit Crisis

France Finance Minister Says UK Must Present Credible Way Out Of Brexit Crisis

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, Prime Minister Theresa May must present a clear and credible solution to the turmoil surrounding Britain&apos;s exit from the European Union in order for France to accept a delay.

French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire reportedly said, &quot;There is need for clarity on why the delay and how it will in the end facilitate an agreement.&quot; Reuters reports that when asked if a no-deal Brexit was an inevitable outcome, Le Maire replied, &quot;I prefer an agreement.

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