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US News Brexit: Negotiations will resume Sunday in Brussels

00:55  06 december  2020
00:55  06 december  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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 Brexit: no deal in sight “if the United Kingdom refuses any compromise”, warns Michel Barnier © Stephen Darlington / Flickr Brexit: no deal in sight “if the United Kingdom refuses any compromise”, warns Michel Barnier Against the backdrop of heated negotiations between the United Kingdom and the European Union for a possible post-Brexit agreement, the British pound is falling back a little. London appears to be taking a hard line. As the post-Brexit talks for an agreement drag on, the tone is mounting between Brussels and London ... and the pound sterling stalls.

British and EU negotiators are to meet in Brussels on Sunday in a late bid to resolve ongoing “In a phone call today on the ongoing negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom I welcome the fact that negotiators will resume their discussions on an EU and UK trade deal in

Brexit negotiations will resume after U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen agreed to make another push to break the deadlock in their talks on a future trade deal. Negotiating teams will reconvene in Brussels on Sunday

Ursula von der Leyer and Boris Johnson estimated that an "additional effort must be undertaken" by negotiators

Brexit : Les négociations vont reprendre dimanche à Bruxelles (Archives) © John Sibley / AP / SIPA Brexit: Negotiations will resume on Sunday in Brussels (Archives) EUROPE - Ursula von der Leyer and Boris Johnson felt that "an additional effort must be undertaken" by the negotiators

The negotiations between the United Kingdom and the European Union , concerning the Brexit , will resume Sunday in Brussels, announced the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen after a meeting on Saturday.


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The negotiations had long been expected to end with arbitration between the two political leaders, but it is Should the two leaders give their negotiators further instruction, more work will be completed on the potential agreement in time for EU ambassadors in Brussels and the cabinet in Westminster to

Despite the differences that persist, they felt that "an additional effort must be made" by the negotiators to determine whether these these can be "resolved," the two leaders said in a joint statement sent by Downing Street, indicating they would meet again on Monday evening.

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Post-Brexit negotiations: new D-Day this Sunday .
© Provided by Le Point Brexit, United Kingdom, European Union The days follow one another and look the same in Brussels, where the post- Brexit negotiations between the United Kingdom United and the European Union continued on Sunday, December 13, the date set by the two parties for to decide their fate : either a failure with serious consequences, or a new extension, just eighteen days from the final rupture.

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