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EU hits UK with legal action over Brexit

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EU hits UK with legal action over Brexit

EU hits UK with legal action over Brexit

Britain and the European Union have agreed that they still disagree on key parts of trade agreement talks, but London will work hard to try to secure a deal.

That comes after the European bloc launched a legal case against the UK.

Adam Reed reports.


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