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Around a quarter of adults in Great Britain believe it will take more than a year for their lives to return to normal following the Covid-19 pandemic, a survey suggests.
Some 17% of people think it could take between four to six months, while just under a fifth (18%) believe it may be between 10 and 12 months, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Top-level, face-to-face Brexit talks are to resume in London, the EU’s chief negotiator has said.
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However, Michel Barnier warned ahead of a meeting with his UK counterpart, Lord Frost, that “significant divergences” still remain.
In line with Belgian rules, my team and I are no longer in quarantine. Physical negotiations can continue.
I am briefing Member States & @Europarl_EN today. Same significant divergences persist.
Travelling to London this evening to continue talks w/ @DavidGHFrost + team.