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Barnier signals Brexit trade talks will not start

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Thursday, 12 October 2017 ()

Barnier signals Brexit trade talks will not startForeign Secretary Boris Johnson piled on the pressure at a press conference with his Polish counterpart, insisting Britain had made 'helpful suggestions' and could see 'no reason' for the impasse
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News video: Brexit talks hit cash impasse, but progress made on citizens' rights

Brexit talks hit cash impasse, but progress made on citizens' rights 02:23

British and EU negotiators have hit an impasse over money, Michel Barnier says. He ruled out talks on trade starting next week. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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