While the European Commission leaves the ball in London's court in regards to the now-deadlocked Brexit negotiations, Poland’s foreign minister Jacek Czaputowicz has suggested that the contentious Irish border issue could be solved if the backstop were time-limited to five years.

Speaking to journalists ahead of the Foreign Affairs Council, Czaputowicz said that he discussed the idea with UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and that the issue had been brought during his visits to London and Dubl...


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