Liam Fox, European Union

Liam Fox, European Union

UK trade minister says EU 'irresponsible' to refuse to reopen Brexit deal

UK trade minister says EU 'irresponsible' to refuse to reopen Brexit deal.

4/2/2019 5:00:00 AM

UK trade minister says EU 'irresponsible' to refuse to reopen Brexit deal.

It would be irresponsible for the European Union to refuse to reopen negotiations over Britain's exit deal, British trade minister Liam Fox said in an interview aired on Sunday. British Prime Minister Theresa May has said she is seeking changes to the Withdrawal Agreement she agreed with Brussels

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