Britain and the European Union have managed to resolve their disputes on the so-called Irish border issue and agree on a final deal for divorce, according to media reports.
The RTE, which is the official broadcasting service in Ireland, said Tuesday that British and EU negotiators had reached a Brexit deal after agreeing on how to avoid a return of border checks between EU state of Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland once Britain leaves the EU in March.
The RTE correspondent Toney Connely said the two sides had managed to “stabilize” the text of the Brexit agreement late on Monday after long hours of negotiations. He added that the text was then sent to the British government.
BREAKING: EU and UK negotiators have agreed a text on how to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland, which will form part of the Withdrawal Agreement, @rtenews understands
— Tony Connelly (@tconnellyRTE) November 13, 2018
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