Just ten days after David Davis’ resignation as the UK’s Brexit Secretary, his replacement, Dominic Raab, made his way to the European Commission in Brussels for the first time on July 18 to meet with the EU executive’s chief UK withdrawal negotiator, Michel Barnier.

“We have lots of work to do with our teams,” said Barnier, who added that “there are 13 weeks left until European Council in October,” where the two sides must finalise the withdrawal agreement and prepare a political declaration...


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