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May and Juncker 'confident' of Brexit deal despite no breakthrough in Brussels

Belfast Telegraph Monday, 4 December 2017
May and Juncker 'confident' of Brexit deal despite no breakthrough in BrusselsBrexit talks broke up in Brussels without a deal, after a proposed solution for the Irish border was met with fierce resistance from the DUP.
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