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'Ball is in EU's court' as chance of Brexit deal recedes: Gove

WorldOct 18, 2020 04:30AM ET
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LONDON (Reuters) - Senior British minister Michael Gove said the chance of striking a post-Brexit trade deal with the European Union had fallen because the bloc had not been willing to intensify talks or produce detailed legal texts.

Asked by Sky News if EU negotiator Michel Barnier should come to London this week, Gove said the "ball was in his court".

He said both sides needed to compromise to reach a deal, but "the EU side is not doing so at the moment".

'Ball is in EU's court' as chance of Brexit deal recedes: Gove
 

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Peter BullMarket
Peter BullMarket Oct 18, 2020 5:10AM ET
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to summarize, UK wants o export its products free of taxes to EU and charge taxes on EU products that comes to UK. They want to stop the free EU movement when Europeans enter the UK, but they want the British people to keep their EU rights in Europe
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Peter BullMarket Oct 18, 2020 5:08AM ET
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Who believes in UK? The EU has gone above and beyond to close the deal and gave to Britain extended time and far better deal that has ever given to non0EU member; nevertheless,  UK wants all the benefits of being an EU member such as free trade, but does not want to comply with EU rules and regulations. UK government deserves to be isolated and in depression, I just feel sorry for the younger people in UK; although, it is their own fault from not voting right
Dibyajyoti Nayak
Dibyajyoti Nayak Oct 18, 2020 5:08AM ET
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i m currently trading on GBPUSD. is it having risk in coming days towards buy direction? if so then what do you think regarding its support level or resistance level if it goes up?any suggestion will be highly appreciable.
Samui Lo
Samui Lo Oct 18, 2020 4:51AM ET
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The EU has given these grifters extensions time again, been patient when they changed their minds and moved the goalposts..time to cut them off and let them see how easy it is to deal with the USA, if they think this is hard they are in for a surprise
Waldemar Strey
Waldemar Strey Oct 18, 2020 4:40AM ET
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just hoping the EU will keep strong and not give in to those shameless populists
 
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