New Brexit Hopes After Johnson And Varadkar Say ‘Pathway To Deal Exists

Credit: Eurasia Review- Published on October 11, 2019
By Benjamin Fox

(EurActiv) — Hopes of a Brexit deal were dramatically revived on Thursday (10 October) following three hours of talks between Boris Johnson and Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.

In a joint statement following the meeting in the Wirral outside Liverpool, Dublin and London stated that “both continue to believe...
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Published on October 10, 2019 -  00:41
Johnson and Varadkar 'see a pathway' to possible Brexit deal
Boris Johnson and Irish premier Leo Varadkar have said they can "see a pathway" to a possible Brexit deal. Following more than two hours of talks at a country manor on the Wirral, the two leaders said they believed a deal was "in everybody's interests". In a joint statement, they said they would now "reflect further" on their discussions while their officials would continue to "engage intensively".

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