Britain’s housing minister said it was time for the European Union to evolve its stance on Brexit as leaders gather for an informal summit in Austria in a bid to near an agreement on the terms of Britain’s exit from the bloc.
“We have clearly evolved our position and it is now for the EU to evolve its position,” James Brokenshire told BBC radio on Wednesday.
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