Britain’s call for ‘flexible solutions’ as it pursues goal of avoiding border posts with Ireland leaves EU officials rolling their eyes

The European Union has accused the UK of “magical thinking” over plans to create an invisible border in Ireland after Brexit, amid fading hopes of an early divorce deal this autumn.

The response came as both sides prepared for the next round of negotiations in Brussels next week, with the EU issuing a stern rebuke against using the peace process as a bargaining chip.

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