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UK PM Theresa May could have more to say on Brexit money at EU summit

DNA Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
British Prime Minister Theresa May could have more to say on the Brexit financial settlement at next week's European Union summit, her spokeswoman said on Friday.

Brexit talks are deadlocked over money, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said on Thursday. He ruled out discussions on future trade being launched by...
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Theresa May's hopes of an early start to trade talks with the EU have suffered a serious setback, after Brussels' chief negotiator said more time was needed to thrash out a Brexit divorce deal first. Michel Barnier announced that he will tell leaders of the remaining 27 EU nations at a Brussels...

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