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EU executive says Britain sent in "documents" with Brexit ideas

Reuters Thursday, 19 September 2019
Britain has submitted some proposals in writing of how it would like the stalled Brexit deal to be amended, a spokeswoman for the European Union's executive Commission said on Thursday, confirming an earlier Reuters report.
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