British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen instructed their negotiators to resume trade talks on Sunday.
Britain said on Monday the door was still open if the European Union wanted to make some small concessions to save Brexit trade talks.
The coronavirus has made a post-Brexit agreement more necessary than before and failing to get a deal would be "irresponsible".
The British government’s decision to break international law over Brexit could have “catastrophic” consequences, gravely damaging the country’s reputation.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson accused the European Union of threatening to impose a food "blockade" between Britain and Northern Ireland that could tear the UK apart.
Boris Johnson’s promise of lucrative post-Brexit trade deals as the UK “takes back control” of its rules is on course to fail, a study warned.
the U.S. has tried to make a big excuse against China and to lay a ground for an economic war. The U.S.’s challenging pretext in facing with the World Health Organization (WHO) has itself laid the ground for this excuse making.
Brexit talks with the European Union resume Monday in London with few signs of compromise on a new trade agreement.
The EU and Britain will launch an intense five weeks of negotiations on a deal to define their post-Brexit relations on Monday, with London keen to wrap things up quickly.
Britain begins post-Brexit trade talks with the United States on Tuesday, with 100 negotiators on each side joining via videoconference.