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Explainer: Brexit 'done' at last - now for the hard part

Reuters Thursday, 30 January 2020
At the stroke of midnight in Brussels on Friday, Britain will leave the European Union and Prime Minister Boris Johnson will deliver on his election promise to "Get Brexit Done".
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