The EU's negotiator says the lack of agreement is "disturbing" but he insists "decisive progress" is possible.
European leaders should not allow Brexit talks to progress due to a "very disturbing" deadlock on the UK's exit bill, the EU's chief negotiator has declared.
Michel Barnier tells joint press conference with Brexit secretary David Davis that he cannot recommend moving on to trade talks
Sterling dropped sharply Thursday after Brexit negotiators declared talks between the U.K. and the European Union had reached a deadlock.
A draft paper seen by the BBC suggests the EU is preparing for the next phase of negotiations.
BRUSSELS is set to tell Britain that Brexit negotiations will rapidly move on to free-trade talks - but only if the UK Government meets the EU’s exit demands.
Brexit talks between the United Kingdom and European Union are in “deadlock” over how much money Britain will pay as it exits the bloc.