Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar says he "sees a pathway to a deal" on Brexit following a meeting with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and he went on to say he believes the deal could be made by the end of October. CNN's Bianca Nobilo reports. read whole article

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