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Britain's decision to leave the European Union may have a knock-on effect for the rest of the EU and long-term uncertainty over Brexit poses a threat to the entire region's economy, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Wednesday. The EU's leaders held their first meeting without Britain on Wednesday, as they face years of uncertainty while they negotiate the British withdrawal after last week's vote. Asked about the danger of a domino effect, Schaeuble said, "it is certainly not to be dismissed".
Britain should not give formal notice that it intends to leave the European Union until it has decided its negotiating position, a British lawmaker who heads an influential parliament committee said on Wednesday. Article 50 should not be triggered until it has been," Treasury Committee chairman Andrew Tyrie said, referring to the clause which starts the clock on two years of talks to leave the EU.