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Michel Barnier arrives at Number 10 as trade deal discussions continue

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Michel Barnier arrives at Number 10 as trade deal discussions continue

Michel Barnier arrives at Number 10 as trade deal discussions continue

The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator arrives at Downing Street ahead of a private dinner with his UK counterpart.

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