Michel Barnier to lay down a marker to Britain on the border

EU chief negotiator Barnier expects “substantial progress” in the next two weeks

10th June, 2018

The government is expecting EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier to lay down a marker to Britain tomorrow about the need to get “substantial progress” in the next two weeks on avoiding a hard border.

He has already publicly signalled his unhappiness at the lack of detail in the position paper released by the British government last week.

Barnier is now due to start the next round of negotiations with the British team in...

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