Brussels has abandoned idea of major autumn progress as Davis and Barnier meet again, but could offer May an olive branch

The Brexit secretary, David Davis, will resume talks next week with the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, but with the UK continuing to stonewall over the exit bill, Brussels has abandoned hope of an autumn breakthrough.

EU diplomats are grappling with how to deal with a weakened British prime minister who they believe has made compromises but has not gone far enough.

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