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Clock is ticking: The Wort's Brexit coverage

The United Kingdom, if all goes according to plan, will leave the European Union by March 2019. Between now and then, negotiators from both sides are set to bicker, quibble and squabble over such thorny issues as trade, migration, citizens' rights, the so-called 'divorce bill' and the border with Ireland, among many, many others. See below for the Wort English's ongoing coverage.

BrexitUK proposes no 'hard' Irish border after Brexit

The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said yesterday on Twitter that the sooner the Irish question, along with the rights of EU citizens living in the UK and the country's 'divorce bill' is settled, the quicker negotiations can move to questions of customs and the future EU-UK relationship. More