Brexit talks in deadlock as both UK and EU admit a deal is looking ever more unlikely –

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The chief negotiators from both the UK and the EU have warned that a post-Brexit trade deal is looking increasingly unlikely, following the latest round of talks. 

Speaking during his regular press conference, Michel Barnier said: “Too often this week it felt as if we were going backwards more than forwards.

“Today, at this stage, an agreement between the EU and UK seems unlikely. I simply do not understand why we are wasting valuable time.”


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