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>> Britain hasn't left the EU yet, but its chief negotiator has made his exit. The UK's top EU diplomat, Sir Ivan Rogers, resigning. He was expected to play a key role in upcoming Brexit talks. Appointed by David Cameron in 2013, he's now followed the former Prime Minister off the stage.
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His successor will have to learn on the job quick with some analysts concluding the changeover could weaken Theresa May's hand in Brussels.>> As well, Thank you.>> The UK is set to activate Article 50 by the end of March, officially beginning departure negotiations. But some Brexitees aren't sad to see Rogers go.
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Leave.EU chairman, Arron Banks, saying he was part of the pessimistic pro-EU old guard. Rogers making waves last month with reports that he told ministers to expect a decade of talks over Brexit.