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Sefcovic: EU are ready to work until last minute to get deal

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Sefcovic: EU are ready to work until last minute to get deal

Sefcovic: EU are ready to work until last minute to get deal

Maros Sefcovic has told reporters that the EU is "ready to work until the last minute for a good agreement for both parties" but would not "sign an agreement at any cost".

The European Commission vice president spoke to reporters outside St Pancras International Station after meeting with Michael Gove at Lancaster House in order to get Brexit trade talks back on track.

Report by Blairm.

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