Brexit deadlock: EU, UK leaders delay negotiations deadline until sunday

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    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen gave themselves until Sunday to decide on the future of post-#Brexit #negotiations, after a three-hour dinner left the two sides “far apart”. Johnson came to #Brussels on Wednesday in a last gasp effort to salvage trade talks that are teetering towards failure and the two leaders agreed that their negotiators should attempt one last push to bridge the #divide.

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