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By Guy Faulconbridge and Elizabeth Piper LONDON (Reuters) – A senior British minister said on Tuesday there was still a chance of a turbulent Brexit without a trade deal as talks with the European Union had snagged on fishing, governance rules and dispute resolution. With each side urging the other to compromise, a French official said Britain must clarify its positions and “really negotiate”, and cautioned that the EU would not accept a “substandard deal”. Both Britain and the EU say they want a deal, and their two negotiating teams have been locked in intensive talks for more than five weeks. EU sources have said the talks are now in their final, most secretive phase and that they are hoping for a deal in the coming days. […] German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Europe’s most powerful national leader, has said some of the EU’s 27 member states are getting impatient.
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