Brexit – Brussels Insists Britain Cannot “Cherry Pick” Trade Benefits Of EU Membership

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European Parliament Brexit chief Guy Verhofstadt warned Tuesday there had not been enough progress in talks so far to move on to negotiations on a future EU-Britain trade deal. European Union leaders are set to decide at a summit in late October whether talks on divorce issues, including the bill Britain must pay, have made enough…


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