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Boris Johnson outlines Brexit 'Backstop' demands in letter to EU chief Donald Tusk

Daily Record Monday, 19 August 2019
Boris Johnson outlines Brexit 'Backstop' demands in letter to EU chief Donald TuskThe Tory Prime Minister said that reaching an agreement was his government's "highest priority".
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News video: Johnson to EU: Let's replace Irish backstop with alternative Brexit pledge

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Boris Johnson launched his attempt to reopen Brexit negotiations, writing to Donald Tusk seeking the removal of the Irish backstop.

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