US News Barnier resumes post-Brexit talks in London

14:50  27 october  2020
14:50  27 october  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

Pécresse calls for "police-justice cells" available to teachers and students

 Pécresse calls for © Copyright 2020, L'Obs The president of the Ile-de-France region Valérie Pécresse asked on Sunday for the creation of "police-justice cells" so that teachers and students can make "reports" in the event of a threat, after the beheading of a teacher in Yvelines . Samuel Paty was beheaded on Friday for showing his students caricatures of Muhammad, a "characterized Islamist attack" denounced by Emmanuel Macron.

Talks between Britain and the EU on a post - Brexit trade deal are continuing in London after Michel Barnier delayed his return to Brussels. Mr Barnier originally arrived in London on Thursday to resume the stalled negotiations and had been expected to return on Sunday ahead of the talks

BRUSSELS/ LONDON (Reuters) - Chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier is due in London on Monday for talks with Britain to find out whether a deal on future relations can be struck to avoid widespread trade disruption at the end of the year. The United Kingdom left the European Union in January but the two

GB-UNION: Barnier resumes post-Brexit talks in London


LONDON (Reuters) - Michel Barnier, the European Union's chief negotiator with Britain, resumed talks with his British counterpart on Tuesday in London, less than ten weeks before the December 31 deadline.

Brexit has been in effect since last January but the two parties have since been trying to reach a compromise to regulate their trade before the end of the transition period on December 31.

Video: Brexit: Michel Barnier arrives in London for the last round of negotiations (AFP)

On Monday, a spokesperson for Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister, had stressed that he did not There was little time left to bridge important differences "in the most difficult areas".

(Marc Angrand)

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