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Michel Barnier vows EU WON'T give any more ground on Brexit deal

MailOnline Monday, 11 February 2019
Michel Barnier vows EU WON'T give any more ground on Brexit dealChief negotiator Michel Barnier launched a combative attack on the 'negative' British stance ahead of a meeting with Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay.
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The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said talks with Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay were "constructive".

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