Pro-Brexit and pro-Remain protests have dominated Westminster since 2016. Mike Kemp Britain and the European Union agreed on Monday to intensify trade talks and work on legal texts, a breakthrough of sorts after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would walk away from negotiations that had been deadlocked for weeks . After a weekend of both sides trading blame for the lack of movement in talks and calling on the other to move first, chief negotiators David Frost and Michel Barnier agreed to a British demand to start working on legal texts to revive the talks. […] VIDEO 3:18 03:18 Any Brexit deal reached will be shallow, focused on key sectors: Expert Capital Connection It seemed that to find progress, chief negotiators David Frost and Michel Barnier decided to jump together. “It is the case that my colleague David Frost was in conversation with Michel Barnier and I believe it is the case that Michel Barnier has agreed both to the intensification of talks and also to working on legal texts,” Michael Gove, London’s point man on the divorce deal, told parliament.
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