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Von der Leyen sees ‘big differences’ on fisheries, Johnson warns of no-deal unless EU position changes ‘substantially’


Despite “substantial progress” in post-Brexit talks, “big differences remain to be bridged”, the chief of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen said on Thursday, following a phone call with British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, who said that a deal seems “unlikely” unless the EU position changes “substantially”. 

“We welcomed substantial progress on many issues. However, big differences remain to be bridged, in particular on fisheries. Bridging them will be very challenging,” von der…

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