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Northern Ireland's DUP sees Brexit deal if both sides 'flexible'

Reuters Wednesday, 18 September 2019
The Northern Ireland party whose support is crucial to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government said on Wednesday it believed a deal could be secured for an orderly British exit from the European Union if flexibility is shown by all sides.
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Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay says that "both sides want to see a deal", following recent discussions with Michel Barnier and his team. He added that the EU and UK have a "shared desire" to secure a deal as it is in the "interest of both sides". Report by Thomasl. Like us on Facebook at...

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