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Brexit deal is ‘essentially impossible,' Johnson says, if European Union stands by trade demand

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 8 October 2019
Boris Johnson, the embattled British prime minister, told Germany’s Angela Merkel that as long as the European Union insists Northern Ireland stays in the EU’s customs union, a Brexit deal is "essentially impossible," Bloomberg reported early  Tuesday.
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The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator said on Wednesday the bloc would remain "calm, vigilant, respectful and constructive" ahead of crucial Brexit negotiations on Thursday. Michel Barnier also said a deal was "very difficult, but possible." Barnier will be meeting with UK Brexit envoy Stephen...

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