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UK, French prime ministers meet to ease Brexit concerns

LONDON (AP) " British Prime Minister Theresa May is seeking to reassure France that the U.K. won't try to "cherry-pick" benefits of European Union membership when it leaves the bloc.May met with French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve...

Reported by New Zealand Herald • Friday, February 17, 2017

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