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UK's Johnson talks to Northern Ireland, says 'deal is possible'

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UK's Johnson talks to Northern Ireland, says 'deal is possible'

UK's Johnson talks to Northern Ireland, says 'deal is possible'

UK prime minister in Northern Ireland says Brexit deal possible, wants to leave by October 31.


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Northern Ireland imposes restrictions on social gatherings [Video]

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Northern Ireland announces extra restrictions on social gatherings [Video]

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Brexit Brexit The United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union

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