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Britain continues to struggle with Brexit

USA TODAY Logo By Editors of USA TODAY | Slide 1 of 10: British-German musician Simon Wallfisch, center, plays the cello and sings with supporters and fellow musicians outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Jan. 10, 2019 during a performance to protest Britain's exit from the European Union (Brexit). Classical singer and cellist Simon Wallfisch, whose family were persecuted by the Nazis, recently applied for and received German citizenship because of Brexit. Since the UK invoked Article 50 starting the countdown to Britain's exit from the European Union Simon and a group of supporters have once a month marched past the Houses of Parliament performing Beethoven's Ode to Joy as a musical protest against Brexit.

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British-German musician Simon Wallfisch, center, plays the cello and sings with supporters and fellow musicians outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Jan. 10, 2019 during a performance to protest Britain's exit from the European Union (Brexit). Classical singer and cellist Simon Wallfisch, whose family were persecuted by the Nazis, recently applied for and received German citizenship because of Brexit. Since the UK invoked Article 50 starting the countdown to Britain's exit from the European Union Simon and a group of supporters have once a month marched past the Houses of Parliament performing Beethoven's Ode to Joy as a musical protest against Brexit.
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