Brexit: EU says no to free trade talks until 'progress' on final terms

March 31, 2017

Donald Tusk rules out parallel talks – a key aim of Theresa May’s government – as he unveils draft EU negotiating guidelines. EU leaders have said there will be no talks on Britain’s future relationship with the bloc until the UK government makes “sufficient progress” on the Brexit divorce, including settling its bills and citizens’ rights.

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Topics: BREXIT

Regions: UNITED KINGDOM EUROPEAN UNION (EU)

Authors: THE GUARDIAN

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