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The EU's chief negotiator has resumed Brexit talks with his UK counterpart as the deadline to strike a deal moves ever closer. The transition period is due to end in just over a month, but Mr Barnier told reporters that talks would need to be done with "patience and communication" if both sides are able to land a deal. Tweeting on Friday, Mr Barnier said that the "same significant divergences persist" between the UK and the EU.