Negotiators worked frantically this week to agree a compromise on the question of the border between European Union member Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland, the most hard part of Brexit.
'We can come out of the European Union as one United Kingdom.
"I traded bonds markets for 20 years and I've never seen anything like this", the former Deutsche Bank managing director said, explaining why he is considering new fiscal rules that are expected to relax the government's grip on the public finances. "It's a little bit like an old friend that's going on a journey or adventure without us, and we really hope it works out for them, but I think there will always be a place at the table for them if they ever choose to come back", he said.
He also held open the door from the U.K.to rejoin the bloc at some point.
But Barnier said the deal "squares this circle" by leaving Northern Ireland inside the European Union single market for goods - so border checks are not needed - and also eliminating customs checks at the Irish border.
"As the leader of a small nation I have felt enormous solidarity from my European partners, and I think it's been demonstrated in the past few years is a union of peoples and one in which small states are protected".
Northern Ireland would also follow the EU's rules on agricultural, food and industrial goods.
The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at the European Council summit at EU headquarters in Brussels, 16-10-2019. "They overwhelmingly prefer to see that done with a good deal and that is what we have achieved", Javid said.
Johnson has said he will abide by the law, but also consistently promised Brexit will happen by October 31 with or without a deal, two promises that are at odds with each other.
"That said, there does seem to be a growing sense of optimism that it can get approved".
Only hours before Brussels hosted a summit of the bloc's 28 national leaders, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker tweeted: "We have one!"
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"The backstop was never meant to be used, and was only to be temporary", he said. After four years, the Northern Ireland Assembly will vote on whether to continue the arrangement or end it.
Meanwhile, SDLP leader Colum Eastwood described the deal as "not ideal", but voiced hope it would prevent a hard border in Ireland.
Some Labour rebels may vote with the government, but it is not clear whether that will be enough to offset the loss of the DUP and some Tory MPs (both those who oppose this deal and those who have had the whip withdrawn following the September votes).
But the draft deal, which was announced just hours before a crucial summit in Brussels, now needs to be approved by both United Kingdom and European parliaments - something that could prove very hard. The Democratic Unionist Party has said that it can not support the proposed agreement.
But despite optimism from Mr Johnson, British opposition parties and some of the prime minister's own allies in the House of Commons were quick to warn they would not support it when it goes to a vote in a special sitting on Saturday.
The premier plans to return to London after the leaders' dinner concludes on Thursday night so he can spend Friday trying to persuade members of Parliament to back his Brexit agreement in a vote on Saturday.
"This sell-out deal won't bring the country together and should be rejected".
Despite the immediate criticism, Mr Johnson insisted his latest version ensures the United Kingdom can "take back control" of laws, money, borders and trade.
Asked about the Treasury's research, Javid said it was based on assumptions that did not necessarily apply to the new deal which offered the most promise for striking trade agreements with countries around the world.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has condemned the new proposal as "even worse" than the settlement reached by Theresa May, which itself was repeatedly rejected by British lawmakers.