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EU's Barnier: Could revise Brexit political declaration in coming days

FXstreet.com Tuesday, 19 March 2019
European Union's Chief Brexit Negotiator, Michel Barnier, is now delivering his remarks on Brexit in a press conference at the EU General Affairs Council.

*Key quotes (via Reuters)*

· Could revise Brexit political declaration in coming days.
· Request to delay Brexit is a decision for EU leaders.
· Everyone should finalise preparations for no-deal scenario, EU is prepared.
· In the absence of ratification of this agreement, we are now faced with ‘genuine uncertainty’
· If UK wants orderly Brexit, this is the only deal.
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