There have been “no significant areas of progress” in the UK’s negotiations with the EU over a future trade deal, the bloc’s chief negotiator has said.
Michel Barnier spoke in Brussels following the conclusion of the fourth round of talks between the EU and UK on a future relationship.
In a statement released as Mr Barnier gave his news conference, the UK’s chief negotiator David Frost agreed that “progress remains limited”.
“Negotiations will continue and we remain committed to a successful outcome,” he added.
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