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British government hopeful of securing deal with EU: Gove

Reuters Wednesday, 27 May 2020
Britain's government is hopeful it can secure a deal with the European Union to cover their future relationship, cabinet office minister Michael Gove said on Wednesday, describing politics as the main difficulty.
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