Prawn and ships

The European Union's Ombudsman, Emily O'Reilly, was interviewed in yesterday's La Vanguardia, the leading Catalan newspaper. Asked by Anna Buj of La Vanguardia about Brexit, Ms O'Reilly said:

"People have the right to no surprises at the end of the two years of negotiations, and as far as possible they should know how the conversations are going." 

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@chrisc Unless May gets an agreement before talks begin that everything will be kept under wraps from the public until a deal is ready to be signed, then sh'es going to find it very hard to stop us finding out how things are going.

There is also the potential of a loose tongue or two from MEPs, especially if the deal is going to be bad for UK.
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