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UK's Johnson tells civil servants their top priority is preparing for no deal Brexit: Sky

Reuters Friday, 9 August 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has written to all government civil servants to tell them that preparing for a no-deal exit from the European Union is his and their top priority, Sky News reported on Friday.
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