LONDON (AP) The leaders of Britain and Ireland said they spotted a pathway to an elusive Brexit deal today, as hopes for a breakthrough dimmed just three weeks before the U.K.s deadline to leave the European Union.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Irish leader Leo Varadkar provided a status update on the issue after a private lunch meeting in northwest England.
Both continue to believe that a deal is in everybodys interest, they said in a joint statement. They agreed that they could see a pathway to a possible deal.
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