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UK PM to go to Brussels early Thursday for 'useful' Brexit meetings: Sky News reporter

Reuters Wednesday, 16 October 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will go to Brussels early Thursday in a move to have some useful meetings for a Brexit deal, Beth Rigby, Sky News political editor, said in a tweet on Wednesday.
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