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Theresa May Headed To France After Urging Germany To Assist On Brexit Impasse

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Theresa May Headed To France After Urging Germany To Assist On Brexit Impasse

Theresa May Headed To France After Urging Germany To Assist On Brexit Impasse

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May met with Germany's Angela Merkel to seek support for a new Brexit delay while her ministers tried to break the deadlock at crisis talks with the Opposition Labour Party.

Reuters reports that with little sign of a resolution in London, May traveled to Berlin to ask support for her request to delay Brexit a second time, from April 12 to June 30.

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Theresa May Headed To France After Urging Germany To Assist On Brexit Impasse

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