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Brexit Deal Secured, EU Leaders 'Sorry' To See Britain Go

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Brexit Deal Secured, EU Leaders 'Sorry' To See Britain Go

Brexit Deal Secured, EU Leaders 'Sorry' To See Britain Go

European Union leaders unanimously backed a new Brexit deal with Britain on Thursday.

This leaves Prime Minister Boris Johnson facing a battle to secure the UK parliament’s backing.

This would be for the agreement if he is to take Britain out of Europe on Oct.

31, reports Reuters.

EC President Jean-Claude Juncker is happy a deal has been reached but unhappy to see Britain go.

“All in all, I am happy, relieved that we reached a deal, but I am sad because Brexit is happening.

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