Analyst thinks Johnson made most concessions in new Brexit deal
Ljubljana/Sheffield, 18 October - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made the most concessions in the negotiations on the new Brexit deal, Peter Verovšek of the University of Sheffield told the STA on Friday. None of his demands was met, while the EU had offered the same deal already to former PM Theresa May, Verovšek said.
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