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Britain's Johnson remains EU's negotiating partner on Brexit: Commission

Reuters , Wednesday 4 Sep 2019
A debate over whether or not Boris Johnson has managed to "win a victory" over his EU counterparts, getting them to "budge" over changing the Withdrawal Agreement. File Photo:Donald tusk,President of the European Council and Boris Johnson,prime minister of UK.
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The European Commission still considers Prime Minister Boris Johnson as its most senior negotiating partner in discussions to avoid a no-deal Brexit, the EU's executive said on Wednesday following the British leader's defeat in parliament.
"There is a UK government in place so our interlocutor at the highest political level for (Commission) President Juncker remains Prime Minister Johnson," a Commission spokeswoman told a regular briefing.
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