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EU warns Britain heading for a no-deal Brexit

Reuters Wednesday, 18 September 2019
The European Union warned on Wednesday that Britain was headed for a damaging no-deal Brexit, with London's ideas for solving the contentious issue of the Irish border still unlikely to unlock a deal just six weeks before Britain is due to leave.
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