EU’s chief negotiator suggests talks being held up by UK’s decision not to publish position paper on its divorce bill

The EU has rejected Britain’s calls for a more “flexible” approach to Brexit talks, amid growing signs of deadlock over the divorce bill.

In a sign of mounting frustration, Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief negotiator, suggested that Brexit talks were being held up by the UK’s decision not to publish a position paper on the financial settlement.

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