in and refuse to compromise. In a gloomy summary of the state of the talks, No 10 described a deal as only “still possible” – with a strong attack on the EU’s failure to give ground. “An agreement is still possible and this is still our goal, but it is clear it will
Boris Johnson yesterday admitted the UK is currently heading for a no-deal Brexit, with an agreement now “very difficult” as the two sides dig
not be easy to achieve,” the prime minister’s spokesperson said. He confirmed that Brussels was refusing to discuss British proposals on future fishing quotas until it had received a state aid plan – something London has so far been unwilling to set out.