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Europe's week: Orban leaves the EPP, as Brexit makes a dramatic return

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Europe's week: Orban leaves the EPP, as Brexit makes a dramatic return

Europe's week: Orban leaves the EPP, as Brexit makes a dramatic return

While Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban left the EPP Group after it changed its internal rules, MEPs delayed a decision on when to vote on the Brexit deal.


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