Brits living elsewhere in the EU are concerned about their life in the EU after Brexit.
Finland's premier, Antti Rinne, says Brexit negotiations could continue beyond an EU summit set for the end of the week. The problems posed by the Irish border remain the main hurdle.
Britain's departure from the EU is a "priority" for the government, Queen Elizabeth II said as she opened parliament. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been accused of politicizing the role of monarch.
EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier and UK Stephen Barclay will "intensify" negotiations after getting the go-ahead from the remaining 27 member states. The EU Commission will assess their progress on Monday.
The German leader reportedly called the possibility of the EU agreeing to Boris Johnson's Brexit deal "overwhelmingly unlikely." The European Council president, meanwhile, has accused the UK PM of playing a "blame game."
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