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Over to EU now on Brexit, Britain says after last ditch offer

Reuters Thursday, 3 October 2019
Britain is willing to negotiate the details of its last ditch Brexit offer to the European Union but it is now up to the bloc to be creative and flexible to avoid a disorderly departure on Oct. 31, Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay said on Thursday.
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Boris Johnson has set out his "compromise" offer to Brussels in a bid to secure a Brexit deal. He said there would be no checks on or near the Irish border and the peace process would be respected. He also pledged to protect the union between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

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