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Merkel says more work needed on customs for Brexit deal, which is possible

Reuters Thursday, 17 October 2019
Solutions still need to be found for customs arrangements in Northern Ireland to clinch a Brexit deal and European Union leaders could yet meet again if they do not reach an agreement at this week's summit, Germany's Angela Merkel said on Thursday.
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The European Union&apos;s chief Brexit negotiator said on Tuesday that reaching a deal on Britain&apos;s departure from the bloc before the scheduled date of Oct. 31 had become &quot;more and more difficult&quot; but that there was still hope of a solution. Rough cut (no reporter...

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