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Johnson-Varadkar meeting was turning point in reaching Brexit deal: Barnier

Reuters Thursday, 17 October 2019
An Oct. 10 meeting near Liverpool, England, between Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar and his British counterpart, Boris Johnson, was the turning point in reaching Thursday's new deal on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union.
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The European Union's Brexit negotiator said that a divorce deal with the United Kingdom was still possible this week but that the British Government needed to come forward with a legal text. Michel Barnier said ahead of a meeting with EU foreign ministers that the main challenge now was to turn...

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