UK's Johnson talks to Northern Ireland, says 'deal is possible'

UK prime minister in Northern Ireland says Brexit deal possible, wants to leave by October 31.

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    UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's promise to leave the European Union with or without a deal has faced several parliamentary defeats this week.

    But as he visited Northern Ireland and held talks with the Democratic Unionist Party, he says there is a way of getting a new Brexit deal with the EU, and he was prepared to talk to European leaders about it.

    The Irish border has proved a key sticking point in attempts to reach a deal.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Simmons reports.


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