(Bloomberg Opinion) — No news can be good news sometimes. The logic of past Brexit negotiations suggests that the less we hear about what’s happening in intensive Brussels talks, the greater the chance that those talks are getting somewhere. Once the details start to leak and the anonymous briefings start, what’s left tends to be dead on arrival.

Yet even with scant details on the new negotiations between the Brits and the EU, or what concessions either side might have made to activate them, it’s possible to draw some conclusions about what’s being discussed.

First, what it doesn’t mean. The…

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