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27th Jan 2022

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Austrian minister says Britain will remain in the EU

Austrian finance minister Hans Joerg Schelling said he expected Britain to remain an EU member despite the June 23 referendum in which Britons voted to quit the bloc. Schelling also told German newspaper Handelsblatt that the EU should respond to the referendum result by focusing on key issues such as the single market, climate change and security while leaving politically more sensitive matters to member states.

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