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EU27 approve negotiating mandate for more talks with Brexit Britain: diplomatic sources

Reuters Tuesday, 25 February 2020
The 27 European Union countries on Tuesday approved their joint negotiating stance for talks with Britain on their new post-Brexit relationship from trade to security, paving the way for discussions to start next week, three diplomatic sources told Reuters.
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