Informing MEPs on the fourth round of Brexit talks, chief negotiator Michel Barnier said in Strasbourg plenary that the EU will remain “resolutely constructive" during the fifth round of negotiations round that are due next week, "because we want to succeed".

"We will not pay at 27 what has been decided at 28, it is simple as that,” added Barnier, putting a red line on what the EU-27 taxpayers are to pay. "The taxpayers of the 27 don't have to pay for the consequences of the decision that the...

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