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Dutch PM Rutte: Brexit deal by Oct 31 is still possible

Reuters Friday, 20 September 2019
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Friday he did not rule out a Brexit deal before the October 31 deadline but he still has not seen new solutions to the Irish border problem.
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Britain's Brexit negotiator Stephen Barclay has expressed optimism on reaching a Brexit deal following talks with top EU negotiator Michel Barnier. Joe Davies reports.

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