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London's Mayor Advises Against "Hard Brexit"


London Mayor Sadiq Khan is speaking out for the hardships that Brexit could bring upon his city. In an interview with CBS News, Khan says that while the British people voted to leave the EU, they did not vote to make London more poor. In that case, Khan addressed British Prime Minister Theresa May directly advising that they not enforce a "hard Brexit," keeping communication and financial trades open.

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