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New UK PM will not change Brexit deal: EU's Juncker

Reuters Tuesday, 11 June 2019
The stalled EU-UK divorce treaty will not change with the arrival of a new prime minister in London, the outgoing head of the European Union's executive said on Tuesday.
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