The European Council president Donald Tusk said on Friday that negotiation talks between the EU and the UK on Brexit are “deadlocked” are exaggerated.
Tusk further suggested that progress is really being made towards a deal in December on the three main issues of the first part. Even so, further efforts are needed to fully expand the negotiations topics, widening the scope of talks beyond divorce.
“it doesn’t mean that there is no progress at all,” said Tusk to reporters at the end of October’...

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