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'We will not renegotiate,' EU chief tells PM after UK demands changes to key part of Brexit deal

Sky News Thursday, 22 July 2021
'We will not renegotiate,' EU chief tells PM after UK demands changes to key part of Brexit dealThe president of the European Commission has told Boris Johnson that the bloc "will not renegotiate" a key component of the Brexit deal the two sides negotiated.
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