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'There must be a threat, a risk, a price'

French President François Hollande has been very clear in how he wants Brexit negotiations to be handled: he wants Britain to pay a price for its decision to leave. Hollande was speaking at the Jacques Delors Institute in Paris in front of Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the EU Commission and Michel Barnier, the EU’s top Brexit negotiator, among others. For Hollande it was an unusually stark warning.
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