It has been a rollercoaster few months laden with speculation on which way the Brexit winds were blowing. Earlier this week was no different. On Monday and Tuesday, diplomats were briefing that a deal was tantalisingly close to being agreed. Negotiators were hunkered down inside the European Commission's Berlaymont building, trying to hammer the details of the withdrawal agreement. While there were no meetings between EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier and his British counterpart Dominic Raab, the Prime Minister’s top Europe advisor Olly Robbins was spotted in Brussels after holding talks with the EU’s deputy negotiator Sabine Weyand.
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