LONDON (Reuters) – EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier is planning to increase his go to to London till Wednesday amid cautious optimism over the progress of post-Brexit commerce talks with Britain, the Sunday Telegraph reported.
The European Union negotiating staff had been because of return to Brussels on Sunday.
The paper stated the British staff would journey to Brussels on Thursday for extra talks and that subsequent Saturday had successfully develop into the deadline to resolve whether or not the 2 sides might attain a deal.
Britain and the EU have made good progress in talks on a last-minute commerce deal that might stave off a tumultuous finale to the five-year-old Brexit disaster, however fishing stays the most important sticking level.
Hopes for an settlement rose final week when Reuters reported that France is making ready its fishing trade for a smaller catch after Brexit.
(Reporting by Stephen Addison; modifying by Jonathan Oatis)
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