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Brexit march: No-deal is not 'will of the people', Final Say campaigners tell Boris Johnson

Independent Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
New poll finds Britain would vote by a 10-point margin to stay in the EU rather than leave without an agreement
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News video: UK, Ireland still see a Brexit deal as 'possible'

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A meeting between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Ireland&apos;s Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is said to have been &quot;constructive,&quot; but no details were given. Matthew Larotonda reports.

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