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Johnson Aims to Break the Brexit Deadlock With an Irish Border Offer

Oct 3, 2019 | 18:52 GMT
Signs point to an old customs and excise area in Newry, Northern Ireland, on Oct. 1, 2019 on the border between Newry in Northern Ireland and Dundalk in the Irish Republic.

Signs point to an old customs and excise area on the border between Newry in Northern Ireland and Dundalk in the Irish Republic. After weeks of speculation, leaks and rumors, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled his plans to replace the so-called Irish backstop on Oct. 2.

(PAUL FAITH/AFP/Getty Images)

The British prime minister has made his administration's first official Brexit proposal to Brussels, hoping to make a deal or at least position himself better for general elections. ...

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