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Does Johnson want to be remembered as 'Mr. No deal'? EU's Tusk hopes not

Reuters Saturday, 24 August 2019
European Council President Donald Tusk said on Saturday he would not cooperate with Britain on an exit from the EU without a withdrawal agreement and said he hoped new prime minister Boris Johnson did not want to be remembered as "Mr. No Deal".
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News video: G7: Boris Johnson and Donald Tusk clash over who would be to blame for a no-deal Brexit

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Boris Johnson and European Council President Donald Tusk have clashed at the start of the G7 summit over who will be to blame if there is a failure to reach a Brexit deal. Mr Tusk said he hoped the Prime Minister would not go down in history as "Mr No Deal" ahead of their face-to-face talks at the G7...

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