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Brexit: Boris Johnson expected to travel to Brussels

By DW
08 December 2020   |   12:45 pm
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to head to Brussels for further talks after a lengthy phone call with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. The pair said significant differences remained.

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