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Donald Tusk: Brexit deal is better than no deal

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Donald Tusk: Brexit deal is better than no deal

Donald Tusk: Brexit deal is better than no deal

European Council President Donald Tusk told reporters that a deal is always better than no deal.

Following days of intense negotiations, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced an agreement had been reached with Brussels as he headed to a summit of EU leaders on Thursday.

However, key Tory ally the DUP stood firm over its objections to the Government's Brexit stance.


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