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    UK Brexit Minister Says London Might Not Get a Deal With EU (VIDEO)

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    On Tuesday, UK Brexit minister David Davis said that the Brexit Divorce Bill with the EU was the most likely outcome of talks. However, the British government was prepared to turn the deal down.

    During the "Deal or no deal" conference in London, David Davis said that ​"Reaching a deal with the European Union is not only far and away the most likely outcome, it's also the best outcome for our country."

    "I don't think it would be in the interest for either side for there to be no deal. But as a responsible government, it is right that we make every plan for every eventuality."

    Although David Davis said talks had made real and tangible progress.

    The Brexit talks between, which kicked off on June 19, are expected to wrap up before the end of March 2019. In a referendum on June 23, 2016, about 51.9 percent of British said "yes" to their country leaving the bloc.

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