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Boris In Luxembourg – interview following Brexit talks

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Boris In Luxembourg –  Luxembourg PM Xavier Bettel says UK has proposed nothing new on Brexit. Europe is not to blame.  video skynews

The prime minister had a working lunch with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker in Luxembourg. It is the first time the two men have met since he took office in July.  Boris told media he is ‘cautiously optimistic’.

The UK is not prepared to delay Brexit beyond the 31 October deadline.  Boris Johnson did say that discussion must intensify.

The lunchtime meeting in Luxembourg was the first time the pair have met since the PM took office in July.

These are amazing times in politics. A referendum held in 2016 voted to leave the EU.  But we are still nowhere near leaving.  Will Boris sort it?

What do you think will happen?  Will there be a deal or no deal?

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