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French Minister Urges Speedy Brexit, Says Farage Victory Would Be Headache For EU

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French Minister Urges Speedy Brexit, Says Farage Victory Would Be Headache For EU

French Minister Urges Speedy Brexit, Says Farage Victory Would Be Headache For EU

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, France’s finance minister argued that victory for British anti-EU campaigner Nigel Farage in this week's European Parliament election will create a big headache for the European Union and the UK should exit the bloc as soon as possible.

Bruno Le Maire reportedly said, “I consider that the British people decided to leave the European Union and the faster Britain leaves the better.

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