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Kiwi PM praises Theresa May's 'clarity and determination' over Brexit as leaders prepare 'high quality' UK-New Zealand free trade deal

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Kiwi PM praises Theresa May's 'clarity and determination' over Brexit as leaders prepare 'high quality' UK-New Zealand free trade dealNew Zealand PM Bill English, left, and Theresa May, right, met in Downing Street today as they began talking about a 'comprehensive' free trade deal to be struck after Britain leaves the EU.
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