EU tells UK to make 'bigger effort' in trade deal talks

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EU tells UK to make 'bigger effort' in trade deal talks

UK negotiators must make 'a bigger effort' to try and secure a Brexit trade deal, the EU's trade chief has said, as talks prepare to continue next week. The EU's trade commissioner, Phil Hogan, said negotiations had not made much progress to date, suggesting the UK may have "come to the conclusion that there is not going to be a deal". However, Hogan urged his counterparts to "move on certain issues" in order to agree a deal that would mutually benefit both sides. Speaking to the tra...

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