Brexit: ‘It is up to the UK to decide where they want to be,’ says EU Commission VP Schinas

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    “The European Union will exhaust all margins to have an agreement before the end of the transition period,” the Vice President of the European Commission, Margaritis Schinas, says as the rhetoric on Brexit heats up between Britain and the EU. Speaking to FRANCE 24, Schinas says Britain must now decide whether it prefers “a robust commercial relationship with the European Union, or if they want to live alone in this very uncertain and increasingly difficult world”.

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