EU sees Brexit progress; UK, not so much

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    Britain and the EU were still ‘very far apart in key areas’ of their trade talks, a senior British official said after the bloc’s Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said that only ‘last stumbling blocks’ stood in the way of a deal.

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