UK welcomes breakthrough in Bexit talks

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The European Union (EU) on Monday signalled a potential breakthrough in stalled Brexit talks in a move welcomed by Britain. The EU stressed however that it would not accept a deal at any price. Addressing a major British bone of contention after an inconclusive EU summit last week, EU negotiator Michel Barnier said Brussels was now willing to embark on an intensified round of talks on the basis of legally binding texts. “I welcome that and obviously we need to make sure we work on the basis of the proposed intensification that they propose,” senior minister Michael Gove told parliament, following a tension-defusing contact between Barnier and UK counterpart David Frost.

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