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British and EU Brexit negotiators remain sceptical about the chances of a breakthrough in talks on a follow-on agreement, which are still stalled over fishing rights and fair trade rules.
So many terms have been thrown about on the technical ins and outs of negotiating a future EU-UK trade agreement. We've narrowed it down to a few key ones to give you a simple guide to navigating the news.
The European Commission President says the EU is ready to be 'creative' during 'these decisive days' in talks with the UK, but will not jeopardise the integrity of the Single Market.
London and Brussels still have unresolved differences. But for some, the key to getting a post-Brexit trade deal is rebuilding trust between the two.
The deal signed with Canada means the two countries will continue to trade under the same rules as when the UK was an EU member state while they negotiate a "bespoke" agreement.
Euronews understands that the gap between the EU and UK on fisheries, competition and oversight is still big enough to collapse the talks.
A look back at Europe's week with our team in Brussels.
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier announced the suspension on Twitter but said lower-ranking officials would continue discussions in the interim.
UK MPs have heard that Brexit risks negative impacts on crime and trade in Northern Ireland when the transition period expires at the end of the year.
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney believes that talks have ‘got to make big progress.’
Boris Johnson's office says his special adviser's abrupt departure does not change the government's insistence that an EU deal must respect UK sovereignty.
Trade experts say an initial grace period of around three to six months may be necessary to allow businesses to get used to the changes.
A power struggle among Boris Johnson's top advisers has cast doubt on the government's focus on securing a Brexit trade deal and tackling the coronavirus pandemic.
Mick Mulvaney says President Donald Trump has "tapped into" issues between the bloc and the US which will have a lasting impact.
Firms have transferred €1.3 trillion in assets and 7,500 jobs to the European Union since Brexit, according to Ernst & Young.
Boris Johnson's government has vowed to reinstate parts of its international law-breaking Internal Market Bill, despite heavy defeats in the House of Lords on Monday.
Post-Brexit negotiations will resume on Monday but there are still "large differences" between the UK and EU.
Britain's prime minister and the president of the European Commission will discuss the relationship between the UK and EU after 2020.
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