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A Chief Economist at Berenberg tells Sky’s Ian King that “narrow economic interests” such as Germany’s pursuit of tariff-free access to UK trade after Brexit will in no way shape Brexit negotiations – it follows Angela Merkel’s re-election as German Chancellor. Senior International Economist at Barclays, Tomasz Wieladek says Merkel’s new government is unlikely to change its stance on Brexit negotiations after the election.