Talks between the UK and EU have been “very constructive” says the vice-president of the European Commission
European leaders appeared united at the start of their two-day summit, and this is what they had to say.
By Jayne McCormack
BBC News NI Political Reporter
It says the Internal Markets Bill is a breach of the good faith agreement in the Brexit withdrawal agreement.
The UK position in trade talk negotiations is still "far apart from what the EU can accept", says the European Commission vice-president.
Michel Barnier says the European Commission “will remain calm, respectful and determined” in trade talks.
The EU Commission declines to directly react to Boris Johnson’s claim it was not acting in “good faith” in talks with the UK over a possible trade deal.
EU Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen has said the Brexit withdrawal agreement took three years of work.
European Commission vice president Maros Sefcovic speaks of his concerns about the UK’s legislation for trading around the Irish border after the transition period.
By Jonathan Amos
BBC Science Correspondent
By Robin Sheeran
BBC News NI