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May presses her Brexit plan with EU to avoid disorderly UK departure

Reuters India Wednesday, 19 September 2018
Prime Minister Theresa May will press EU leaders on Wednesday to back her proposal for a "fair arrangement" on future ties between Britain and the bloc, call off "unacceptable" demands and show the goodwill needed to avoid a disorderly Brexit.
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Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain and the European Union are getting closer to a deal. May called on the bloc for “goodwill and determination” to avoid a disorderly Brexit. The EU has balked at May's proposals for a future customs arrangement and Northern Ireland. Britain has just over...

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