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Brexit: EU, UK get go-ahead to ‘intensify talks’

EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier and UK Stephen Barclay will "intensify" negotiations after getting the go-ahead from the remaining 27 member states. The EU Commission will assess their progress on Monday.

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