Verhofstadt says 'problems need to be solved' before Brexit deal can be ratified

Verhofstadt says 'problems need to be solved' before Brexit deal can be ratified

Verhofstadt told MEPs that “problems need to be solved” before the Withdrawal Agreement can be recommended to member states for approval.
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France at standstill as country strikes over pension reforms

France at standstill as country strikes over pension reforms

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Germany expels two Russian diplomats over murder of Chechen

Germany expels two Russian diplomats over murder of Chechen

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Eggs thrown at Malta PM Muscat as European delegation orders him to resign immediately

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100kg 'ball of rubbish' found in stomach of whale on Scottish beach

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Britons living in EU countries ‘denied democracy’ in UK ‘Brexit election’

Britons living in EU countries ‘denied democracy’ in UK ‘Brexit election’

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Protesters call for Malta PM Muscat to immediately stand down over journalist murder investigation

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Spanish Parliament reconvenes - with Sanchez still short of majority

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COP25 in Madrid: UN Secretary-General Guterres says planet is 'close to a point of no return'

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France says EU ready to respond strongly to latest US tariff threat amid digital tax spat

France says EU ready to respond strongly to latest US tariff threat amid digital tax spat

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