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Boris Johnson ‘cautious’ on Brexit progress as he meets European Commission President

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Boris Johnson ‘cautious’ on Brexit progress as he meets European Commission President

Boris Johnson ‘cautious’ on Brexit progress as he meets European Commission President

Prime Minister Boris Johnson with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, inside Le Bouquet Garni restaurant in Luxembourg, prior to a working lunch on Brexit.

Downing Street has sought to downplay speculation that Monday’s meeting could be a breakthrough moment, and Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay said on Sunday that while there was still “significant work” to do to reach an agreement, a “landing zone” for a deal was in sight.

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