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“Let’s hit the London Bring in Bloomberg. Daybreak. Europe anchors Caroline Hecker and Roger hearing. It’s said to be a difficult autumn for the UK trying to deal with the pandemic and reviving the economy is the Brexit deadline looms. Michelle Bonnie and David’s Frost continue talks over a trade deal next week. But the blame game risks drowning out any space for agreement. Well, joining us he’s Bloomberg Brexit editor Edward Evans, Ed Way feels like we’ve been here before. Many, many times. If I talk about the 11th hour that both sides are accusing each other of intransigence, belligerence, all kinds of things hopes of the deal. Are they just really fading into the distance? I would separate from the actual underlying state. The negotiation as they say right quickly would certainly being here before, but there is a very real sense of pessimism among the negotiators, and that’s really Down to a simple back. The time is running out. They need to get a deal agreed by about mid October if they’re to implant it by the end of the transition period on December 31st, and there’s being remarkably little, frankly, no progress. From the major bones of contention to build a really big points here are over the level playing field. This is the British demand that it be free to a plot being subsidized industries that it wishes to after Brexit. Something that the you produce threatens the integrity of the single market on this is a very, very fundamental disagreement on fishing where you want to continue the status quo. Where under the single official policy, you can vote on out fish. In British waters not written on government is that I want to take back control over its waters after leaving and that means I have no negotiations special negotiations over several years. It’s fishing is to some extent solvable. You can see Barney put forward place, often the position on that site. The big obstacle can it really is a fundamental different disagreement. Is overstated, if if they’re going to break that one side or other has given that really looks to be by Johnson on British put out next few days weeks, their proposals tradition they regime after Brexit on DH. Now that might be the moment of speculation or it might be the moment where you get a proposal is unacceptable to Europe, and that’s the moment where these talks break down, so it’s very, very evenly balance right now. Um, interesting. I do feel like tearing my hair out Those certainly when it comes to the fishery side of things, I mean the state aid point I can understand because it’s the Europeans say that it is fundamental to the structure of Europe. Fishing. I do not understand why fishing rights have caused this amount of trouble. There are currently ous faras I can make out from government figures. 12,000 fishermen active in the UK almost 2.5 1000 of those are part time fish, API fishermen, fishermen and women fish of people if you will. I just don’t get why this issue. I understand where a maritime nation and our coasts and regions are important. But why has this become a sticking point on, for example, services and financial services of it basically ignored Two things. I think it’s totemic to both sides. Don’t forget fishing was a big issue but to join the single market was the birthplace on some in the industry argue that they were thrown under the bus, essentially so that London financial Services could get access to the European single market equally for the French and the Dutch. This is some of the best fishing waters of Europe that they want to cap go on catching on. But there are very riel economic hardships in prospect if they can not go on doing that, so there’s a political domestic political imperative. On French in particular to press this issue on on the British as well, because this is an industry that has shrunk of those part time fisherman 30 lot of that is to do with the closest on how they’ve been allocated. How sold them. But this is an issue that has seen enormous tricking over over the time. And this was an industry that very strongly Backed Brexit so you can see why it is it is very small, economically politically assumes much greater importance. But that said, do not underestimate the possibility here off a deal because you know it is but you could see Bonnie has accepted, said You initial demands on this wor maximalist eye they were going to far on DH. There is scope here to come to the running but are not talking about excluding French fisherman or u boats from British waters but allowing them access of bi annual negotiations. Or multiyear negotiations. You can see how a compromise could be reached that just what they had to get up. We’ve got the the October you counsel in the diary, at least. Is that sub appointed which there has to be some kind of progress for this to go anywhere, it’ll It could go on a little further. I think if you listen to Barney last week, he suggested, But talks could go on towards the end of October on that really implies that there might be There might not be an agreement by the middle of the month when you needed me, But you could have two weeks of very intensive talks. Where ah towards the end of the month. Now what That means. What it suggests is that Barnier on Frost may not Get to an agreement they made they could turn on. Look, Boris Johnson on D you need is Look, we can’t get to an agreement because off the framework that the demands you’ll make you only trust over state aid. And fish in the state is one I would I would really focus on and then it would be up to the political leaders to into the men to get some kind of a deal, and it’s all signs are keep me aware off the potential blame game him. Um, and terms about you getting a deal when it covers so few so little in some ways. How important do you still think it is? Actually for there to be this deal, you know, Tio, smooth the transition, I guess. Between UK being part of the EU and leaving Well, I think whether there is a deal, not there will be changes to the way that Britain’s trade with you at the end of this year on those changes will be disrupted. There will be additional paperwork business they are still to grapple with. There will be checks on Lorries that there aren’t the moment of the physical business. Moving goods across will be harder. Physically, the services site will be deeply affected, but much more. So if there is not a deal, So what I think very carefully what happens with a no deal coming on top ofthe coded in the disruption that businesses face there. It could be very serious damaging British economy Expected. Enter edge, Evans Thank you so much for being with us today. I’m Caroline Headgear here in London. And I’m rushing hearing and and catches every weekday morning here for Bloomberg. Daybreak Europe, beginning 6 A.m..

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“london financial services” Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

“And for more. Let’s head to London Bring in Bloomberg. Daybreak Europe anchors Caroline Hecker and Roger hearing. It’s said to be a difficult autumn for the UK Trying to deal with the pandemic and reviving the economy is the Brexit deadline looms. Michelle Bonnie and David’s Frost continue talks over a trade deal next week. But the blame game risks drowning out any space for agreement. Well, joining us he’s Bloomberg Brexit editor Edward Evans, Ed Way feels like we’ve been here before. Many, many times. If I talk about the 11th hour that both sides are accusing each other of intransigence, belligerence, all kinds of things hopes of the deal. Are they just really fading into the distance now? I would separate the fears from the actual underlying state. The negotiation as they say right would certainly being here before, but there is a very real sense of pessimism among the negotiators, and that’s really Down to the simple back. The time is running out. They need to get a deal agreed by about mid October. If they’re to implement it. By the end of the transition period on December 35, there’s being remarkably little, frankly, no progress. From the major bones of contention to build a really big dick points here are over the level playing field. This is the British demand that it be free to be able to subsidize industries that it wishes to after Brexit something that you Jews threatens the integrity of the single market on this is a very, very fundamental Disagreement on fishing where you want to continue the status quo. Where under the single official policy looking boat out fish in British waters now wouldn’t want government is that I want to take back control over its waters after leaving and that means I have no negotiation special negotiations of several years. It’s fishing is to some extent solvable. You can see Barney put forward place, often the use position on that side of the big obstacle, and it really is a fundamental difference. Disagreement. Is over state if they’re going to break that one side or other has given that really looked to be biased on British put out in the next few days, weeks their proposals with British regime after breaks it on now, that might be the moment. Relation or it might be the moment where you going? Proposal is unacceptable to Europe, and that’s the moment where these talks break down, so it’s very, very evenly balanced right now. Interesting. I do feel like tearing my hair out Those certainly when it comes to the fishery side of things, I mean the state aid point I can understand because it’s the Europeans say that it is fundamental to the structure of Europe. But fishing. I do not understand why fishing rights have caused this amount of trouble. There are currently ous faras I can make out from government figures. 12,000 fishermen active in the UK almost 2.5 1000 of those are part time fish, API fishermen, fishermen and women, Fisher people if you will. I just don’t get why this issue. I understand where a maritime nation and our coasts and regions are important. But why has this become a sticking point on, for example, services and financial services of it basically ignored Two things. I think it’s totemic to both sides. Don’t forget fishing was a big issue but join the single market birthplace on some in the industry argue that they were thrown under the bus, essentially so that London financial Services could get access to the European single market Equally for the French and the Dutch. You know, this is some of the best fishing waters in Europe that they want to can’t go on catching And there are very riel on economic hardships in prospect if they can not go on doing that. So there’s a political domestic political imperative on French, in particular to press this issue on on the British as well, because this is an industry that has shrunk of those part time fisherman 30. Lot of that is to do with the closures on how they’ve been allocated. He sold them, But this is what I have seen enormous trick it over over the time. And this was an industry that very strongly backed Brexit so you can see why it is it is very small, economically politically assumes much greater importance. But that said Do not underestimate the possibility here off a deal because you know it is But you could see Bonnie has accepted said that you initial demands on this wor maximalist eye. They were going to far on dearest escape here to come to the wedding but are not talking about excluding Frank fishermen or U boats from British waters but allowing them access of bi annual negotiations or multiyear negotiations. So you can see how a compromise could be reached. That just what they got to get that We’ve got the October you counsel in the diary, at least. Is that sub appointed which there has to be some kind of progress for this to go anywhere at all. It could go on a little further. I think if you listen to Barney last week, he suggested that talks could go on towards the end of October on that really implies that there might be Yeah, that might not be an agreement by the middle of the month when you needed me, But you could have two weeks of very intensive talks. Where ah towards the end of the month. Now what That means. What it suggests is that Barnier on Frost may not Get to an agreement they made they could turn on Look byes, Johnson and Andi, you needed. Look, we can’t get to an agreement because off the framework that the demands you’re making on each of us over state aid. And fish tank stage one I would I would really focused on then it will be up to the political leaders to into the men to get some kind of a deal, and it’s all signs are cutely aware off the potential blame game him? In terms of actually getting a deal when it covers so few so little In some ways. How important do you still think it is? Actually for there to be this deal, you know to smooth the transition, I guess between UK being part of the EU and leaving Well, I think whether there is a deal or not, there will be changes to the way the president does trade with you. At the end of this year on those changes will be disrupted. There will be additional paperwork business they are still to grapple with. There will be checks on Lorries that there aren’t the moment of the physical business. Moving goods across will be harder. Physically, the services site will be deeply affected, but much more. So if there is not a deal, So what I think very carefully what happens with the deal? I think you’re a no deal coming on top ofthe coded in the disruption that businesses face there. It could be very serious, damaging British economy Expected and edge Evans Thank you so much for being with us today. I’m Caroline Headgear here in London. And I’m watching hearing and in catches every weekday morning here for Bloomberg, Daybreak.

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“It’s said to be a difficult autumn for the UK Trying to deal with the pandemic and reviving the economy is the Brexit deadline looms. Michelle Bonnie and David’s Frost continue talks over a trade deal next week. But the blame game risks drowning out any space for agreement. Well, joining us he’s Bloomberg Brexit editor Edward Evans, Ed Way feels like we’ve been here before. Many, many times. If I talk about the 11th hour that both sides are accusing each other of intransigence, belligerence, all kinds of things hopes of the deal. Are they just really fading into the distance now? I would separate the fears from the actual underlying state. The negotiation as they say right would certainly being here before, but there is a very real sense of pessimism among the negotiators, and that’s really Down to the simple back. The time is running out. They need to get a deal agreed by about mid October. If they’re to implement it. By the end of the transition period on December 35, there’s being remarkably little, frankly, no progress. From the major bones of contention to build a really big dick points here are over the level playing field. This is the British demand that it be free to be able to subsidize industries that it wishes to after Brexit something that you Jews threatens the integrity of the single market on this is a very, very fundamental Disagreement on fishing where you want to continue the status quo. Where under the single official policy looking boat out fish in British waters now wouldn’t want government is that I want to take back control over its waters after leaving and that means I have no negotiation special negotiations of several years. It’s fishing is to some extent solvable. You can see Barney put forward place, often the use position on that side of the big obstacle, and it really is a fundamental difference. Disagreement. Is over state if they’re going to break that one side or other has given that really looked to be biased on British put out in the next few days, weeks their proposals with British regime after breaks it on now, that might be the moment. Relation or it might be the moment where you going? Proposal is unacceptable to Europe, and that’s the moment where these talks break down, so it’s very, very evenly balanced right now. Interesting. I do feel like tearing my hair out Those certainly when it comes to the fishery side of things, I mean the state aid point I can understand because it’s the Europeans say that it is fundamental to the structure of Europe. But fishing. I do not understand why fishing rights have caused this amount of trouble. There are currently ous faras I can make out from government figures. 12,000 fishermen active in the UK almost 2.5 1000 of those are part time fish, API fishermen, fishermen and women, Fisher people if you will. I just don’t get why this issue. I understand where a maritime nation and our coasts and regions are important. But why has this become a sticking point on, for example, services and financial services of it basically ignored Two things. I think it’s totemic to both sides. Don’t forget fishing was a big issue but join the single market birthplace on some in the industry argue that they were thrown under the bus, essentially so that London financial Services could get access to the European single market Equally for the French and the Dutch. You know, this is some of the best fishing waters in Europe that they want to can’t go on catching And there are very riel on economic hardships in prospect if they can not go on doing that. So there’s a political domestic political imperative on French, in particular to press this issue on on the British as well, because this is an industry that has shrunk of those part time fisherman 30. Lot of that is to do with the closures on how they’ve been allocated. He sold them, But this is what I have seen enormous trick it over over the time. And this was an industry that very strongly backed Brexit so you can see why it is it is very small, economically politically assumes much greater importance. But that said Do not underestimate the possibility here off a deal because you know it is But you could see Bonnie has accepted said that you initial demands on this wor maximalist eye. They were going to far on dearest escape here to come to the wedding but are not talking about excluding Frank fishermen or U boats from British waters but allowing them access of bi annual negotiations or multiyear negotiations. So you can see how a compromise could be reached. That just what they got to get that

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“london financial services” Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

“D a digital radio. So Roger in terms of the forests, growing concern, of course in Europe as cases mount in France and Spain, But President Emmanuel Macron says that Frantz simply can’t be brought entirely. To a halt, so worry it’s rearing its head. But the concern is around the economics. Yeah, got Raina’s Michael O’Leary saying Irish bookings of collapsing because of restrictions that I mean the whole holiday sect is Killian absolute mess right across Europe, but also for the for the city of London Big issue a direct attack on London’s financial services from the regulator, Asthma. Yeah, exactly. I mean, they have warned, of course, firms that you can’t just have a kind of postal address in the you and then think that that’s enough. They’re proposing tighter regulations for you Base fun so limiting what, For example, private equity really. ST. Hedge funds can actually delegate out two teams that are not sitting in the U. And then also making those teams perhaps if they sit in London or in New York, comply with you standard. So some see this part of the Brexit negotiations, and it’s a ratcheting up of pressure on London. Yeah, because we’re in the next round of Rex allegations there in seven weeks to go on fields. This is probably something that putting on the table just to kind of concentrate minds a little. Yes, absolutely love. Let’s concentrate our minds. Shall we on the data check this morning for the markets for you every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg Radio. So really, the big issue in the market is those fed minutes that we had yesterday. The path to the U. S recovery depends on the virus was the theme the summary from those minutes and that really dampened the actually rally and optimism about second half growth. In the U. S. Also you have three US ending extradition attacks Agreements with Hong Kong The Hang saying is down by 2% this morning my whole Kong index jobs 2.2%. We’re in the red really Across Asia. Asia Pacific is down by 1.6% also futures significantly hit. Really? You’re on the USO USO 50 features slump 1.4% this morning as a P 500 even if each is down by 6/10 of 1%, even though he saw European actions yesterday rised by 7/10 of 1% at the close Thie Donner rebounded after the Fed minutes on DH clings onto a little bit of that positivity building on the valley. A touch this morning up Almost 1/10 of 1% Treasuries has 66 basis points Yields down to basis points. Gold Momentum is there are 9/10 of 1 December was still below 3946. And then don’t forget. We get results from Ali Baba later on today, so that’s data the market will be watching out for right. Let’s cross over now to sit anywhere. Garfield Reynolds of the Markets Live Team joins a scarf A good morning to you now as you were hearing of Caroline Equities selling off across Asia today. Following that post Emma FOMC Minutes release the way it was seen on Wall Street course. They reacted in a similar sort of fashion. So what was it that the Fed said that God investors to dump stocks? Well, it has often happened to the tread water. I think it was more what I didn’t. Uh, I didn’t give any real positive. In particular. There was expectations they would outline Steps towards In the longer term guidance on just how long rates would stay low and what the benchmarks of bitter don’t be looking at, so there was an expectation that they would Make it clear that they were locked into low rates for longer and I think the biggest impact back from all of that was on the U. S dollar, which turned around very strongly The people have been saying that it was doomed to just keep falling so that the move that sense of upset the apple cart In the lack off any clarity from from from equities. So dollar strong equities down. That was The Fed. You did that by not considering what people have been expecting it to to say OK, thanks very much fascinating to see how much the FOMC minutes really do have an effect. Thanks. Garfield Reynolds For real time market commentary and analysis. Check out the markets live ml ivy on your terminal. Now, let’s get our top stories this morning and we begin here, where hundreds of thousands of teenagers are receiving their GCS results amid a fresh round of exams. Chaos in the UK this time affecting Etecsa peoples in England, Wales and Northern Ireland would get GCS grades given by their schools after a Florida algorithm was scrapped. In a major government U turn. But now the exam board, Pearson has said. It’s going to re great the B Tex in line with G. C O. C’s and a levels many beets extremes are not going to get the results today. We’re speaking to Bloomberg Westminster Labour MP Charlotte Nichols said that the education sexually government Williamson must take responsibility for the whole fiasco. Step down. I think his position is completely untenable. He should absolutely resigned. Unfortunately, for too many young people, the government beauterne welcome, though it Wass was too little too late. They’ve already lost university placement. And although a lot of universities are now saying that they’re gonna do their best on the revised graves, effectively because of social distancing and so are a lot of them are going to find it very difficult. Offer additional place is the government really needs to step up? That was the Labour MP Charlotte Nichols on Of course, we’ll have much more on today’s results. Be text, which sort of vocational qualification in England. We’ll talk all about that on Bloomberg, Westminster, 12 Noon UK time We speak to the conservative MP David Mandel about the exam mess. And also get a take on the government’s strategy from Chris. Why the former special adviser now managing director for public affairs on Newington Communications, Because Roger Mitts all of this,.

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“london financial services” Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

“Novel coronavirus has an official name now cope with the nineteen Hong Kong airport is shut down all ground links with China first group of Americans from China schedule to be released from quarantine US state department will allow allow nonessential personnel to depart Hong Kong Beijing says regions less hit by the virus should accelerate resumption of industrial output China senior medical adviser is saying that the corona virus outbreak in China may be over by April the World Health Organization still very concerned about its exponential spread internationally the E. U. is slapped down calls from the UK government at London’s financial services should enjoy continued access to the single market even if it breaks from the E. U.’s rules you brexit negotiator Machel Barnier says we will keep these tools and retain a free hand to take and make our own decisions U. S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Izzard senators reject a measure that would restrict president trump’s ability to take military action against Iran without congressional authorization in San Francisco I’m at Baxter right back at you Julia thank you so much and let’s get back to a conversation with mom and local level macro started a state straight on the line from Boston we’ve been talking of course about the economic impact of the corona virus but we’ve also got a lot of corporate news in a focus as well we’ve been having earning season as well and then this FTC news with that Facebook and Microsoft among some of the decline as in the U. S. healthy been reading at earning season and the any particular sectors I guess that you a locking or not like you got a minute Marvin yeah you know it’s it’s been okay earning season on my I think we’re expecting growth you’re here for the first time in three close quarters so I think the markets taking a little bit of solace from that I I do think however a growth expectations are starting to come down a little bit of for the current quarter as we get a little bit more information around on how the coronavirus is going to affect folks and I guess I’m I’m a bit concerned that while we still expect a percent growth year over year a lot of that is load in the second half of the year and we still really don’t have enough information I think to to figure out what the impact is for the first half of the year from the from the corner liar so it it’s tenuous I think investors are feeling okay that there haven’t been larger downgrade but it it’s not and it is not an exceptional an excuse in in my mind what about exposure to EM right now do you maybe want to be bold and and add a little bit at this point yeah so so I I think Kirby’s low yields and disk of growth concern if you will globally does keep kind of reach for yield out there so I I do find various EM fixed income markets as as an attractive a way to get into that market on volatility hasn’t been that great in the in the currency space so you know thinking about local currency potentially hedged is away to approach that on the equity side of things I think there is a bit more volatility just because of kind of that earnings discussion that we had and and kind the unknown aspect of how much stimulus is gonna come out of China what the form is almond alternately kind of the winners and losers from any type of phase one trade deal which you know certainly is is a little bit in the background right now but still something that you know could create demand coming out of the U. S. but also losers elsewhere yeah it’s kind of I was a good about that phase one trade deal but we do have the terrace being lower deck coming three late in the week when you talk about stimulus as well what about from some of the other eight AM central banks because we’ve had that locks in the Philippines caught for example and it’s looking like perhaps they will be more stimulus as we start to see fees of the coronavirus impact a lot of the smaller economies yeah you know and and and I think that’s going to become a bigger trend if you will and it’s not only needed you know we’re we’re going to cease assigned to that in a Latin American and such connect and that ultimately makes kind of the fixed income discussing a little bit easier also if if those rate cuts to kind of make their way to the system but yeah you’re seeing the need for the central banks it’s alternately you dress a lot of these are known at a time when the when the course response hasn’t been anywhere near as strong as as potentially people thought at the end of last year we’ve got the New Hampshire primary tonight special coverage here for you on Bloomberg radio at the top of the hour but Marvin I’m curious to get your take on when you begin to enter into the political space or at least look at the political space is a way of getting information from that fear in your discounting yeah I mean I I I think that it should be fun a front and center in everyone’s mind take away that I have so far is is the fact that it really does appear as if the markets comfortable with the administration winning again at this point even though we’re getting kinda more progressive candidates in copy in in combination showing up a fairly well I get super Tuesdays is a date if you really look at your hands around things well it’s it’s early this year so it’s only a few weeks away will get a much better sense as to how the Democrats shake out after that week all right now then thanks so much for your insights always appreciate your time and low global macro strategist state straight on the line for a sea on Bloomberg at daybreak a sure and of course they’re talking about the fact that it is looking like we will see some modest gains coming through in Asian equity markets you have been saying the dollar decline and bones sleep as well the a six two hundred is up four tenths of one percent in early trade ins that X. fifty also moving higher really supporting the Israeli and market is the fact that the country’s largest banks CBA has reported profit above estimates face tough cash profit from continuing operations coming in at four point four eight billion Ozzy to listen now pay an interim dividend of two dollars Israeli and.

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“So he he’s just the Bank of England had wargame to know GIO scenario and a low the banks quipped to, you know, get fruit that it would mean he said things like property prices dropping by. That would probably mean of recession, and it would be interest rates going up to Tennessee full sent. Now, thoughts been quick to dismiss this Ian Duncan Smith. The conservative in Brexit has said this project all ever again. And I think knots people say, well, you’ve told us stuff before and it didn’t happen, I think was interesting about no deal and whether or not is a okay idea. A good idea or a fall idealize does that she division in the Brexit here about that. There was some Brexit his say, no deals, absolutely fine. Don’t call it that world trade Brexit. But there are others and many have been very leave dating new deals, a tool, a good idea in the short term. I actually think you much better parking yourself in something like EA. So you can get two point adequately prepare to lend, you know, deal in a couple of years time. So I think lots of people will say has warnings don’t mean much. But boy, he cried wolf situation, but it’s definitely agree priced is he don’t think. Rushing out new deal scenario in much is actually, there is an irony here though because all over are enraged that Mark Honey attracts from from some some Brexit. Here’s the Bank banking actually being the people arguing that when it comes to the city of London financial services, it must be they must be regulated in the UK nor simply following European regulations. Mongolia was very strong through the revenue and saying the the posing oil Noyon couldn’t work the UK in the long term because you couldn’t run the city of London cutting and pasting e directives on on sources in the round between the treasury and the Bank of England. It was the bang. Second don’t give up by autonomy over, don’t do agree to follow EU rules on financial services because the city of London is to global player to do that. So one is corny, Mitra, certain reaction from some Brexit. Here’s the moon has been relatively clear-sighted about the fact that if the city of London be run, simply cutting and pasting. EU rules that we would have no same make in an article published in twenty newspapers around Europe today. Michelle, Bonnie has said that the UK’s Brexit proposals threaten the future of the European Union. James. What did you make of his article mean? This is the classic that you can’t separate the four freedoms a not only because he use voltages to people in Brussels. This logic basically look Schengen. The borderless arrangement is is in trouble that get suspended on a relatively regular basis by one country or another. The euro-zone obviously has problems in these reforms. The one thing that you can point to it as excess is single market, so don’t allow the Brits to Tampa with that are on the way out of a door. I do think over the time you’ve is interesting. As Katie wrote yesterday on coffee house. It is striking that is gonna felt the need to peace now. And I think this means that he’s leaving this proves in cover panic or anything like that, but I think it is him trying to say as trees bay on the day that treats meets him annual Mike. Chrome. As a second, I’m still in charge of European response to British proposals and Katie. Do you have any sense yet of how trees amaze visit to your menu? Macron’s villa is going well. Yesterday as we were hearing us the European Commission just you know what was good time to run this article, twenty newspapers in Europe, rules. The came an that’s been from my new Macron’s official spokesperson. Just making it very clear that even though Theresa May is coming to his villa today, this does not count as official parts negotiations. This does not substitute anyway, bonnet’s negotiations and reiterating the fat Emmanuel Macron has full faith in Michelle, Bonnie HD to do that part of it..

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