BLIZZARD: British voters want way out of hot Brexit mess

  Toronto Sun 

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Former U.K. prime minister David Cameron says he’s “sorry” for the Brexit referendum. In an interview with the London Times — ahead of the release of his memoir — Cameron spoke about his regrets. “I am truly sorry to have seen the country I love so much suffer uncertainty and division in the years since […]

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