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British Government May See Brexit Breakthrough But Not This Week

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British Government May See Brexit Breakthrough But Not This Week

British Government May See Brexit Breakthrough But Not This Week

Reuters reports a British senior government source said a breakthrough in Brexit talks is unlikely this week.

The BBC’s political editor cited the unidentified source as saying the talks between Prime Minister Theresa May’s government and the opposition Labour Party will possibly come to a resolution even if it won't happen this week.

The BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg said on Twitter the source said the aim is “to set out a path to get the Withdrawal Bill to Commons with a fair wind."

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