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British PM Johnson 'still cautiously optimistic' on Brexit deal

Reuters Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday that he was still cautiously optimistic about a Brexit deal.
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Boris Johnson and Irish premier Leo Varadkar have said they can "see a pathway" to a possible Brexit deal. Following more than two hours of talks at a country manor on the Wirral, the two leaders said they believed a deal was "in everybody's interests". In a joint statement, they said they would now...

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