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Britain's prime minister secretly told the EU when she'll trigger Article 50 for a Brexit

European Council president Donald Tusk revealed that Britain's prime minister Theresa May told him the date of when she is likely to trigger Article 50 and therefore start the two-year negotiation process on how the UK will exit the European Union. Tusk told reporters at a summit in Bratislava that when he met May in a meeting earlier this month in London, she told him during a talk that she is aiming to trigger Article 50 a lot earlier than many have expected.
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