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May’s Brexit deal ‘Still the best way’ to leave EU, U.K.’s Clark says

By Bloomberg
29 December 2018   |   12:30 pm
U.K. Secretary of State for Business, Energy, & Industrial Strategy Greg Clark discusses U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal and the downsides of a second Brexit referendum.

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