LONDON (AP) Britain and the European Union traded bad-tempered barbs Tuesday as the chances of a Brexit deal appeared to fade, with just over three weeks until the U.K.s scheduled departure from the bloc.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnsons office blamed EU intransigence for a breakdown in negotiations, sparking a warning from a top EU leader against playing a stupid blame game.
Johnsons office gave a gloomy assessment after a call between Johnson and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday morning.
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