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Brussels has backed down on threats to force Britain to agree a huge £50billion divorce settlement before trade talks can start.
The EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier is said to have made clear to Brexit Secretary David Davis that figures for the bill will not have to be finalised before negotiations get going on a deal.
Instead, the two sides will be able to mark out 'broad principles' before deciding the exact sums later in the process.