By RAF CASERT Associated Press BRUSSELS (AP) — The Brexit trade negotiations have been suspended at a crucial stage because an EU negotiator has tested positive for the coronavirus, adding new uncertainty to the talks as a deadline looms. EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier said that together with his U.K. counterpart, David Frost, 'we have decided to suspend the negotiations at our level for a short period.' He added that talks among lower ranking officials would continue. Any long suspension of talks will make it even tougher for the negotiators to clinch a deal ahead of Jan. 1, when the […]
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