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‘Same significant divergences persist’, EU negotiator says – with just 35 days left to avert a crash-out.
No-deal looms as deadline little more than a month away.
Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday it was still uncertain if a deal on the future relationship between the EU and the UK could be struck before the end of the year.
Michel Barnier says further negotiations would be pointless if UK does not change stance says further negotiations would be pointless if UK does not change stance.
Negotiating teams stretch mid-November deadline with European Parliament vote expected just days before 31 December
The EU has warned it may be "too late" to clinch a Brexit deal with Britain, adding that a "creative solution" was needed to avoid trade chaos.
My former Conservative colleagues: ask yourselves what Boris Johnson has achieved, and heed the damning answer
Simon Coveney warns talks may collapse amid fishing rights impasse
The UK has to "knuckle down" to get a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU by the end of the year, the Irish Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said.
EU thought to be preparing a ‘take-it-or-leave-it’ offer for Boris Johnson within days.
‘If there isn’t good news by then ... time is up,’ says senior EU diplomat
Differences remain on old stumbling blocks of governance, fish and level playing field.
Michel Barnier and David Frost will resume talks on Thursday via video call, after a fortnight of face-to-face meetings
A majority of the British public would blame Boris Johnson if Brexit talks fail to reach a deal, a new poll has found.
Carolyn Fairbairn says the UK economy is in ‘suspended animation’ while issue remain unresolved.
The prime minister accused the EU of "abandoning" the talks as recently as Friday.
Some of the world’s leading Brexit analysts tell Adam Forrest how they assess the chances of a UK-EU free trade deal before 31 December.
The European Union is taking a defiant tone as the standoff over resuming post-Brexit trade negotiations with the United Kingdom continues.
Second phone call on Tuesday fails to convince UK to return to table.
No 10 unmoved even after Barnier’s offer prompts Gove to make U-turn at dispatch box.