UK-EU talks resume in final push for trade deal
- 08 December 2020
Talks between the UK and EU have resumed, as the two sides make a final bid to reach a post-Brexit trade deal, APA reports citing BBC.
Disputes overfishing and business rules are continuing, but the UK government said the agreement was "still possible" with time in "short supply".
The EU mood was described as "gloomy" as chief negotiator Michel Barnier met UK counterpart Lord Frost in Brussels.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will speak to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen later.
The European Commission said the conversation was due at 1600 GMT.