Tuesday

31st May 2016

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No firm deal on centre-left EU 'foreign minister'

Remarks by Germany's Angela Merkel and France's Francois Hollande after Wednesday's summit that the EU foreign post should go to a Socialist candidate do not mean leaders can't change their mind in August, an EU diplomat told this website on Friday. "There is nothing written on paper", the source noted.

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