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The Brits are back: UK MEPs return as Brexit deadline looms

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British MEPs might be around for five months, or five years – or somewhere in-between. On Talking Europe this week, we ask three of the 73-strong contingent what they're predicting. Will the new British prime minister be able to defy the EU and renegotiate the existing deal? Will the UK exit the bloc on October 31 on a "No-Deal" basis? And what chance of a new referendum for increasingly confused and Brexit-fatigued British voters?

Added on the 08/07/2019 12:45:53 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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