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Boris Johnson's Brexit timetable does not give enough time for full trade agreement, Michel Barnier says

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News video: Barnier says EU-UK divorce talks need longer than a year

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EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said on Thursday (January 9) that the comprehensive agreement on the future relationship between the European Union and Britain will take more time to agree than the 11-month transition period that begins when the UK leaves the EU at the end of January.

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