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Lockdown, Queens Gambit spectacular for chess, says Indian grandmaster

Brexit: 'Large gaps' remain after trade talks with Ursula von der Leyen

Boris Johnson's dinner with EU chief Ursula von der Leyen - aimed at breaking the Brexit trade deadlock - has ended without agreement.

Mrs von der Leyen said the two sides were still "far apart", while Downing Street said "very large gaps remain".

Talks between the UK's chief negotiator Lord Frost and the EU's Michel Barnier will resume in Brussels later.

But Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said it was "unlikely" the negotiations would be extended beyond Sunday.

After their meeting, the prime minister and European Commission president "agreed that by Sunday a firm decision should be taken about the future of the talks", a No 10 spokesperson added.

The BBC's Laura Kuenssberg said the evening had "plainly gone badly" and the chances of the UK leaving the post-Brexit transition period at the end of the year without a firm arrangement was a "big step closer".

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Time is running out to reach a deal before 31 December, when the UK stops following EU trading rules.

Major disagreements remain on fishing rights, business competition rules and how a deal will be policed.

The dinner was seen as a last-ditch opportunity to work through the main sticking points and for the two sides to try and find some common ground.
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Analysis box by Laura Kuenssberg, political editor

If at first you don't succeed you can try and try. But eventually, sometimes failure is what follows.

That now seems the likely outcome of months of talks designed to create a smooth path for the country towards a different future - a deal that, in theory, would ease the junction from membership of a huge trading bloc to a world outside.

There is a chance still that a couple of frantic days could result in a change.

The prime minister could decide that after all, the potential disruption of no deal is just too great to risk.

The EU president might be able to persuade continental leaders to budge, as they gather in Brussels today.

But the chance of reassessing and refreshing the efforts seem now remote.

Read more from Laura
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In a statement, the UK side said there had been "a frank discussion about the significant obstacles which remain in the negotiations".

"Very large gaps remain between the two sides and it is still unclear whether these can be bridged," a No 10 spokesperson said.

They said the two sides had agreed to further discussions over the next few days, and the PM did "not want to leave any route to a possible deal untested".

The two negotiators, Lord Frost and Mr Barnier, also attended the three-hour dinner meeting between the two leaders.

Mrs von der Leyen said the discussions had been "lively and interesting", and the two sides fully "understand each other's positions" but they "remain far apart".

"We will come to a decision by the end of the weekend," she said.

Before then, on Saturday, Mr Johnson will be a co-host of the online Climate Ambition Summit with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.
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Boris Johnson's dinner with EU chief Ursula von der Leyen - aimed at breaking the Brexit trade deadlock - has ended without agreement.

Mrs von der Leyen said the two sides were still "far apart", while Downing Street said "very large gaps remain".

Talks between the UK's chief negotiator Lord Frost and the EU's Michel Barnier will resume in Brussels later.

But Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said it was "unlikely" the negotiations would be extended beyond Sunday.

After their meeting, the prime minister and European Commission president "agreed that by Sunday a firm decision should be taken about the future of the talks", a No 10 spokesperson added.

The BBC's Laura Kuenssberg said the evening had "plainly gone badly" and the chances of the UK leaving the post-Brexit transition period at the end of the year without a firm arrangement was a "big step closer".

    What are the sticking points in Brexit trade talks?
    Brexit food supply fears grow
    Seven things that will change from 1 January

Time is running out to reach a deal before 31 December, when the UK stops following EU trading rules.

Major disagreements remain on fishing rights, business competition rules and how a deal will be policed.

The dinner was seen as a last-ditch opportunity to work through the main sticking points and for the two sides to try and find some common ground.
Presentational grey line
Analysis box by Laura Kuenssberg, political editor

If at first you don't succeed you can try and try. But eventually, sometimes failure is what follows.

That now seems the likely outcome of months of talks designed to create a smooth path for the country towards a different future - a deal that, in theory, would ease the junction from membership of a huge trading bloc to a world outside.

There is a chance still that a couple of frantic days could result in a change.

The prime minister could decide that after all, the potential disruption of no deal is just too great to risk.

The EU president might be able to persuade continental leaders to budge, as they gather in Brussels today.

But the chance of reassessing and refreshing the efforts seem now remote.

Read more from Laura
Presentational grey line

In a statement, the UK side said there had been "a frank discussion about the significant obstacles which remain in the negotiations".

"Very large gaps remain between the two sides and it is still unclear whether these can be bridged," a No 10 spokesperson said.

They said the two sides had agreed to further discussions over the next few days, and the PM did "not want to leave any route to a possible deal untested".

The two negotiators, Lord Frost and Mr Barnier, also attended the three-hour dinner meeting between the two leaders.

Mrs von der Leyen said the discussions had been "lively and interesting", and the two sides fully "understand each other's positions" but they "remain far apart".

"We will come to a decision by the end of the weekend," she said.

Before then, on Saturday, Mr Johnson will be a co-host of the online Climate Ambition Summit with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.
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Analysis box by Katya Adler, Europe editor

Dinner between Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen ended as predicted in Brussels - with neither a breakdown, nor a breakthrough in the trade talks impasse.

EU diplomats say the bloc is ready to go the extra mile during the next days of negotiations but contrary to the UK government view, the EU thinks the decision - deal or no deal - lies primarily in Downing Street.

Brexit isn't on the official discussion agenda at an EU summit starting in Brussels later today, though leaders will be briefed on the negotiations.

Attitudes seem to be hardening.

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"No deal is better than a bad deal" is a sentiment you hear both sides of the Channel now.

The European Commission says it's about to publish what it calls "very narrow" contingency plans to keep planes in the sky and goods trucks on the road, in case of no deal.
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Speaking to the BBC, Mr Raab said: "I think we are rapidly approaching the point where we need some finality."

Asked if talks would go beyond Sunday, he said it was "unlikely" but added "never quite say never when you are negotiating with the EU".

Responding to a warning from the Tesco chair that food prices could rise were a deal not to be agreed, Mr Raab acknowledged there could be "some bumps along the road" but said he was "not concerned about either supermarket cupboards running bare or food prices".

The Confederation of British Industry said the cost of no deal was "significant".

Its director-general, Tony Danker, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "The difference between a deal and no deal is incredibly real in GDP [gross domestic product] terms, it's incredibly real for businesses - particularly in certain sectors - so we have to be in 'getting to yes' mode." 
 



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