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Factbox: Deal, no deal or delay - What will UK PM May's successor do about Brexit?

Reuters Sunday, 9 June 2019
Who are the candidates vying for British Prime Minister Theresa May's job and what have they said about Brexit?
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News video: Prime Minister Candidate Gove Open To Short Brexit Delay If Deal Is Possible

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According to a report by Reuters, Michael Gove, one of eleven candidates vying to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May, said that he would be prepared to delay Brexit for a few days or weeks beyond the current exit date of October 31st, if Britain was close to signing an exit deal with the...

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