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Speaking to Andrew Neil on the BBC’s Sunday Politics, the MEP said Eurocrats had their mind preoccupied with elections in Europe and did not see Brexit as a priority.
“I have a feeling we may be in for a very frustrating 2017,” he said. “The mood, as I can see it in Brussels, is that negotiating with Britain is not a priority.
“They’re far more worried about Dutch elections, French elections, German elections, possibly even Italian elections, and I worry that by the end of this year we may not have made very much progress.”