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PM Johnson faces tough Brexit lunch with Macron

PARIS (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will on Thursday try to convince France to reopen Brexit negotiations less than a day after President Emmanuel Macron bluntly ruled out any further talks on the divorce deal. Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson reacts during a news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel (not pictured) at…

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Miracle needed to solve Irish border problem – Luxembourg foreign minister

Luxembourg’s Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn arrives for a meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Foreign Ministers at the State Department in Washington, U.S., April 4, 2019.      REUTERS/Joshua RobertsBERLIN (Reuters) – A miracle would need to happen for the European Union and Britain to find a solution to the Irish border problem to avoid…

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Johnson on Brexit at meeting with Merkel

BERLIN (Reuters) – Britain wants to do a swift Brexit deal but the “undemocratic” Irish border backstop must be axed in full to prevent a no-deal exit, Prime Minister Boris Johnson told German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday. Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson gestures as German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks on during a news conference…

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After Germany hints at compromise, France tells UK: no new Brexit deal

BERLIN (Reuters) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday challenged Britain to come up with alternatives to the Irish border backstop within 30 days, but French President Emmanuel Macron cautioned there would be no renegotiation of the Brexit deal. More than three years after the United Kingdom voted to quit the European Union, it is…

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Merkel: With imagination, Irish ‘backstop’ issue can be solved in 30 days

BERLIN (Reuters) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel suggested on Wednesday that Britain and the EU could find a solution to the sticking point of the Irish backstop in the next 30 days, a possible signal she is willing to compromise with Prime Minister Boris Johnson. REFILE – ADDING INFORMATION German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Britain’s…