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UK's Johnson to tell EU chief: no extension to trade deal talks

Reuters Tuesday, 7 January 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will tell European Commission Chief Ursula von der Leyen that Britain will not extend its transition out of the European Union beyond Dec. 2020, and is not seeking a new relationship based on alignment with existing rules.
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