Boris Johnson downplays potential risks of no-deal Brexit
The former foreign secretary Boris Johnson said in an interview to BBC Radio that there would be "challenges" to a no deal Brexit but did not think a no deal will happen.
He added he was positive that "the UK and EU will come to some kind of arrangement".
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