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Boris Johnson: Brexit deal 'depends on our friends'

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Boris Johnson: Brexit deal 'depends on our friends'

Boris Johnson: Brexit deal 'depends on our friends'

Boris Johnson says a Brexit deal now "depends on our friends" reiterating the need to get rid of the backstop during the G7 summit in Biarritz.

The Prime Minister had said in another interview that a Brexit deal was "touch and go", with preparations for a no-deal exit well underway.


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