LONDON (Reuters) - Britain and the European Union have made some progress in their negotiations for a post-Brexit trade deal but might not succeed in getting an agreement, Britain’s top Brexit negotiator said as he headed into further talks on Sunday.
“There has been some progress in a positive direction in recent days,” David Frost said on Twitter.
“We also now largely have common draft treaty texts, though significant elements are of course not yet agreed. We will work to build on these and get an overall agreement if we can. But we may not succeed.”
Writing by William Schomberg; Editing by Alexander Smith
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