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Brussels (AFP) - The EU warned Britain on Thursday that time is running out to reach a divorce deal by the end of the month, a necessary step to guarantee moving the Brexit process on to trade negotiations.
As Brexit talks resumed in Brussels, concerns are growing among EU officials that British Prime Minister Theresa May's mounting political woes are slowing down negotiations on the historic split.
"Time is pressing," chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier said in a speech in Rome before flying back to Brussels to start the sixth round of the slow-moving talks. "The European Council summit in October wanted to keep up the dynamic of the negotiations and I am of the same state of mind," he said. "But the real moment of clarification is coming."
originally posted by: UpIsNowDown
a reply to: shooterbrody
It was discussed on Radio the other day that if no agreement is made then standard trade agreements from the WTO come into practice, now if the guy was telling the truth or not I dont know.
WTO rules do not allow nations to pay subsidies to particular sectors