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BBC News – Aug 28, 1:10 AM
Most protesters say they are fed up with what they regard as elite politicians who are out of touch with ordinary people.
The first fissures emerged among G-7 leaders on Aug. 25 over how to deal with Iran, as U.S. President Donald Trump
UK leader Boris Johnson said at the G7 summit that Britain could “easily cope” with a no-deal Brexit, adding that the £39bn [€43bn] Brexit settlement previously agreed by his country would not “strictly speaking” be owed to Brussels if there was no exit accord. He added that the prospect of a Brexit deal was “improving”, but EU officials said it was up to Britain to solve the Irish border issue.
Iran’s foreign minister makes a “surprise” visit to Biarritz to meet the French president.