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EU, UK OK Brexit deal, but Boris Johnson faces tough Parliament test ahead

Mid-Day Friday, 18 October 2019
*London:* The UK and the European Union on Thursday declared that they have agreed a new Brexit deal for Britain's withdrawal from the bloc within the October 31 deadline. While Prime Minister Boris Johnson hailed the agreement as a "great new deal", EU President Jean Claude-Juncker branded it a "fair and balanced agreement" as...
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News video: Brexit vote: Boris Johnson departs for Parliament

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaves Downing Street, London, as he heads to the House of Commons to deliver a statement to the House on his new Brexit deal after the EU Council summit, on what has been dubbed "Super Saturday".

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