The European Commission Chief Ursula von der Leyen and the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson have set another deadline for their negotiation teams to clinch a trade deal, leaving, however, European and British lawmakers with limited time to scrutinise and ratify any possible agreement.
It is the second time the two leaders are trying to salvage the talks, pushing for a deal that will define their future relations after the UK formally left the bloc in January. Last week, the two sides gave…
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