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May Updates France's President On Brexit Negotiations

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May Updates France's President On Brexit Negotiations

May Updates France's President On Brexit Negotiations

British Prime Minister Theresa May updated French President Emmanuel Macron on discussions with the opposition Labour Party aimed at finding a way out the Brexit impasse, her office said on Tuesday.

“The prime minister updated President Macron on the ongoing talks with the Opposition to agree a way forward that respects the result of the 2016 referendum,” a spokesman said.

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