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Merkel lends support to Tusk's offer of short Brexit delay

Reuters Thursday, 21 March 2019
German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed readiness on Thursday to back a short extension to Britain's planned exit from the European Union, suggesting that the June 30 date requested by Prime Minister Theresa May was problematic.
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The German Chancellor said on Thursday that she hopes the UK will remain close to the EU after they depart the bloc. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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