Thursday 17th January 2019

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PM: British rejection could lead to chaotic Brexit

The Danish government is preparing for the worst-case scenario following the British parliament’s rejection of Therese May’s Brexit deal last night – a UK exit from the EU on March 29th with no agreement. In a tweeted response Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen said: “It’s extremely unfortunate that tonight’s vote in the British parliament created the likelihood of a chaotic Brexit – time is running out and I’m looking forward…

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