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UK's Johnson wants any Brexit transition to end before next election

Reuters Wednesday, 17 July 2019
Boris Johnson wants Britain to have completed any Brexit transition period and fully left the European Union "well before" the next scheduled election in 2022, the favourite to be the next prime minister said on Wednesday.
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