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UK PM May says no-deal Brexit planning continues - spokesman

Mon, 15th Apr 2019 11:27


LONDON, April 15 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May has said the government will continue to plan for the possibility of a no-deal Brexit, her spokesman said on Monday.

May made the comment in an internal note to staff.

The European Union last week delayed Brexit until the end of October, averting, for now at least, the risk of an abrupt British departure from the bloc which investors fear would hurt the economy.

May's spokesman also told reporters on Monday that the prime minister was not thinking about calling an early national election as a way to break the Brexit impasse in parliament. (Reporting by William James; Writing by William Schomberg; editing by Guy Faulconbridge)



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