Thursday, August 31, 2017

No decisive progress on Brexit : Barnier

Europe's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier
Europe's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says there has been "no decisive progress" on key issues in talks with the UK.

He said the two sides were "quite far" away from being in a position to begin talks on future trade arrangements.

He claimed the UK did not feel "legally obliged" to honour its "obligations" after leaving the bloc in March 2019.

But UK Brexit Secretary David Davis urged the EU to be "more imaginative and flexible" in its approach.

He said in his opinion there had been "some concrete progress" during the third round of talks in Brussels.


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