EU’s chief negotiator says UK must agree to honour financial commitments before talks on future relations can proceed

The Brexit negotiations could be in a stalemate for months to come unless the UK agrees to honour all its financial commitments, the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, has suggested at the end of the latest round of talks.

A “new dynamic” had been created by Theresa May’s speech in Florence last week, Barnier said during a press conference in Brussels where both parties said important new ground was now being covered but standout issues remained.

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