Britain has no plans to walk away from Brexit talks - Davis says




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  • 2017-10-17 16:55:51Z
  • By Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - British negotiators have no plans to walk away from Brexit talks with the European Union, Brexit minister David Davis said on Tuesday, after some lawmakers suggested the talks should end if there is no progress at a summit later this week.

"There are no plans to get up and walk away," Davis told parliament.

(Reporting by William James and Elizabeth Piper; editing by Guy Faulconbridge)

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