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Boris Johnson 'believes the EU will cave in and give a new and improved Brexit ...

WorldNews Tuesday, 13 August 2019
Boris Johnson 'believes the EU will cave in and give a new and improved Brexit ...brexit countdown_bgCreated with Sketch. Boris Johnson believes the European Union will cave in and offer a new Brexit deal at the eleventh hour because Ireland would be 'f****d' by a No Deal divorce, a Cabinet minister has claimed. Mr Johnson and the EU are locked in a state of Brexit stalemate over the Irish border backstop with the...
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