EU's Michel says Brexit talks facing moment of truth

© Reuters. Ireland’s Prime Minister Micheal Martin meets with European Council President Charles Michel at Farmleigh House in Dublin


DUBLIN (Reuters) – Talks on a deal between Britain and the European Union on their future relationship are facing a moment of truth in the coming days, European Council President Charles Michel said on Thursday.

Michel, speaking in Dublin after talks with Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin, urged Britain to put its cards on the table, saying the bloc needed clarity about their position.

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