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UK's Johnson says EU deal possible, but Brussels must understand our demands

Reuters | London | Updated: 11-11-2020 22:13 IST | Created: 11-11-2020 22:13 IST
UK's Johnson says EU deal possible, but Brussels must understand our demands

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday he was hopeful a trade deal with the European Union could still be agreed, but that Brussels needed to understand Britain's priorities.

"There's a deal there to be done and we're keen to do it, but it depends on our friends and partners understanding ... where we need to get to," he told broadcasters.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)



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