Britain sees Brexit progress, again calls on EU to 'meet us halfway'

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(Worthy News) - Brexit minister Dominic Raab voiced confidence on Tuesday that Britain and the European Union would make progress on their divorce at a summit next week, but again asked the bloc to meet London “halfway” on the most difficult areas.

Brexit negotiations have stepped up before the summit next Wednesday and Thursday, and the EU has signaled that its officials believe a deal is within grasp. But one of the most difficult obstacles to securing the so-called withdrawal agreement, the Irish border, has yet to be resolved.

With just six months before Britain leaves the EU in its biggest shift in trade and foreign policy in more than 40 years, both sides say they are intensifying talks to try to avoid a “no deal” Brexit that could harm the world’s fifth largest economy. [ Source: Reuters (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “Britain sees Brexit progress, again calls on EU to 'meet us halfway'”

  1. Theresa May has been stealthily trying to weaken Brexit so as to have little effect on the real economy of the UK. The Brits have realized this and don't like it. They should make her step down.

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