‘Happy to talk’: Brexit discussions continue but UK must prepare for no-deal, says Johnson

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    Boris Johnson says that he will ‘continue talking’ with the EU to try to reach a trade deal but that leaving without one, and trading in future on World Trade Organisation terms, is more likely. The European commission president, Ursula von der Leyen, and the UK prime minister have agreed that trade talks should continue after their phone call on Sunday

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