UK’s Johnson, France’s Macron agree on need for Brexit deal

French President Emmanuel Macron reacts after watching The Red Arrows and La Patrouille de France perform a flypast, at Horse Guards Parade in London, Britain

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron agreed on Monday that talks on a Brexit deal needed to make progress this month and reach a conclusion quickly.

“The Prime Minister and President Macron agreed on the importance of making progress this month and reaching a conclusion on talks quickly,” a statement from Johnson’s office said, following a call between the two leaders. 

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