'A real problem of trust': EU Justice Commissioner on UK Brexit disputes

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There is "a real problem of trust" between Brussels and Westminster over how the British government is implementing Brexit: so says the EU’s Commissioner for Justice, Didier Reynders. This comes amid anger in France after the UK government this week gave out just a handful of post-Brexit fishing licences to French applicants. As France's seas minister accuses Westminster of going against its agreements with the EU, the Commissioner told FRANCE 24 the European Commission has had "many difficulties about the correct implementation of all the agreements: about fisheries, about Ireland" and is working with the French government to achieve "the correct implementation" of Brexit.

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