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UK PM Johnson says Tusk will be known as 'Mr No Deal' if agreement not changed

Reuters Saturday, 24 August 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned European Council President Donald Tusk that unless he agrees to change the Brexit divorce deal, Tusk will be known as "Mr No Deal".
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