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EU Council will be too late to negotiate Brexit deal: French source

Reuters Thursday, 19 September 2019
Time to agree a Brexit deal is running out and it will be too late for European leaders to iron out a deal at a European Council meeting in Brussels in mid-October, a French diplomatic source said on Thursday.
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