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Luxembourg PM Bettel says onus on PM Johnson to propose workable Brexit fix

Reuters Monday, 16 September 2019
Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel lashed out at British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday for failing to propose serious alternatives to unlock a Brexit deal before the Oct.31 divorce date and seeking to blame the bloc for the "nightmare".
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News video: Booed in Luxembourg, UK's Johnson says Brexit deal is emerging

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Britain&apos;s Boris Johnson said on Monday that a Brexit deal was beginning to emerge, but the EU said he offered nothing to break the impasse during a visit to Luxembourg where he was harangued loudly by protesters. Anna Bevan reports.

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