David Davis and Michel Barnier begin Brexit talks – Politics live

19 June 2017 @11:33 | The Guardian
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May’s press conference with the Irish PM and David Davis and Michel Barnier starting the Brexit negotiations in Brussels 10.12am BST Here is more on the opening of the talks between David Davis and Michel Barnier. continue...


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