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Mixed signals sent about Brexit talks

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Mixed signals sent about Brexit talks

Mixed signals sent about Brexit talks

European Union officials said on Friday a post-Brexit trade deal could finally be clinched this weekend, but London insisted that negotiations were still "very difficult" and it was determined to "take back control" from the bloc it left 10 months ago.

Francis Maguire reports.


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