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Jun 02, 2019
5:26PM

Donald Trump urges Britain to go for no-deal Brexit

AP
US President Donald Trump has said that Britain should go for a no-deal Brexit with the EU and refuse to pay the agreed 39 billion pounds (45 billion euros, USD 50 billion) divorce bill.

In an interview with the Sunday Times on the eve of his visit to London, Mr Trump urged Britain's government to follow his rule book in negotiating deals when it came to Brexit. 

 The comments came after US President used another newspaper interview to declare that former foreign minister Boris Johnson would make an excellent prime minister to take over from Theresa May.

Theresa May is to resign on 7th June after failing to get her EU divorce text through parliament.

Mr Trump is to embark on a three-day state visit to Britain from tomorrow, during which he will meet Queen Elizabeth II and have talks with Ms May.


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