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May keen on “differing views on Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May is keen to listen to “differing views” to make sure Britain is fully prepared for its negotiation to leave the EU. ||| London - Prime Minister Theresa May is keen to listen to “differing views” among her team of top ministers to make sure Britain is fully prepared for its negotiation to leave the European Union, her spokeswoman said on Monday. May, appointed prime minister shortly after Britain voted to leave the bloc, has called on her cabinet, which is split between those who campaigned to remain in the EU and those who wanted to leave, to get ready for the negotiations before she triggers the formal divorce procedure by the end of March.
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