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Britain confident of EU deal this year but EU says UK must budge: sources

Reuters Thursday, 30 April 2020
Britain is confident it can get a deal on its future ties with the European Union if Brussels starts treating it as an independent negotiator, a source close to the British negotiating team said on Thursday.
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