Britain having useful discussions on Brexit with Brussels - minister
Monday, 18 February 2019 Legal changes to Britain's deal to leave the European Union will be difficult but recent trips by British ministers to Brussels have been productive, the prime minister's effective deputy, David Lidington, said on Monday.
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