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"Clearly, significant differences remain between our positions on the most difficult subjects but we are ready with the EU, to see if it is possible to bring them closer during intensive discussions," said a spokesman for Johnson.
Some experts believe there is scope for compromise over one of the main sticking points holding up a post-Brexit agreement on future ties.
The British car industry says the consequences of new tariffs and other barriers would be devastating under a no-deal scenario.
Draft conclusion prepared ahead of the summit called on talks with the UK to be continued "intensively". But the conclusions agreed on Thursday merely said to "continue negotiations".
Nearly 60% of respondents in Germany said Brexit would not provide the UK with any long-term benefits. Just 30% of French people surveyed thought the same.
“The outline of a compromise is not visible. If anything the EU’s position might be hardening on fisheries” said one source close to the talks.
The UK PM responded by saying London was 'ready' for negotiations to fail, with time running out for an agreement to be struck.
One country, four governments, with tangible variations in how they have chosen to manage their populations against the virus. It is arguably one of the biggest stress tests for devolution.
"In three and a half years of listening to countless stories, I have never come across so many academics, scientists, doctors and people of working age thinking of leaving,” Elena Remigi, a 52-year-old Italian living in Berkshire, told Euronews.
The British Prime Minister made the statement a day after agreeing with the EU to intensify talks to reach an agreement.
The EU and the UK are still no closer to breaking the deadlock with three months to go until the end of the Brexit transition period.
Will a meeting between UK PM Boris Johnson and EU chief Ursula Von der Leyen on Saturday help break the deadlock?
In this edition we look at how relations between Brussels and Budapest soured over democratic values, and also at how the cultural sector can be revived post-pandemic.
Brussels launched legal action against the UK on Thursday but with fewer than 100 days to go until the end of the transition period, should the UK be that concerned?
The UK government now has one month to reply to the Commission's letter.
The bill was approved by 340 votes to 256, a government majority of 84.
The meeting between the UK's Michael Gove and the EU's Maros Sefcovic on the Withdrawal Agreement comes after Britain unveiled plans to break international law over it.
In a thinly-veiled reference to the UK, EU chief Charles Michel said "respect for treaties, a basic principle of international law, comes to be considered optional even by those who, until recently, were its historical guarantors".
The EU threatened legal action if parts of the contentious bill, which a UK government minister admitted broke international law, were not removed.