Ursula von der Leyen says Brexit talks will continue after Sunday deadline

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    The European commission president, Ursula von der Leyen, and the UK prime minister, Boris Johnson, have decided that Brexit trade talks should continue after their phone call on Sunday. Von der Leyen said the call had been ‘constructive and useful’

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