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The newspaper reports a "defiant" Mrs May has insisted the UK must "hold its nerve" in negotiations with the EU on the Brexit deal.The newspaper claims one of the unnamed senior members of Mrs May's Downing Street team asked a Tory strategist: "What are you doing in November?

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