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Brexit talks in 'disturbing deadlock'

SBS Thursday, 12 October 2017
Britain and the EU are stuck in a "disturbing" deadlock over the Brexit divorce bill, though a breakthrough remains possible in the next two months, EU negotiator Michel Barnier said.
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Oct.12 -- European Commission Brexit Negotiator Michel Barnier said talks with the U.K. on financial settlement "have reached a state of deadlock." Referring to the wider negotiations, Barnier went on to say that "decisive progress is within our grasp in the next two months." He made the comments...

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