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EU To The UK: Brexit Deal Won't Be Renegotiated

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EU To The UK: Brexit Deal Won't Be Renegotiated

EU To The UK: Brexit Deal Won't Be Renegotiated

According to reuters, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker told British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday that the bloc’s Brexit divorce deal with London cannot be renegotiated.

“The Withdrawal Agreement remains the best and only deal possible,” Juncker told the European Parliament.

“The debates and votes in the House of Commons yesterday will not change that.

The Withdrawal Agreement will not be renegotiated.

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