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Last week, the talks collapsed, with PM Boris Johnson saying he expects a “fundamental change” in the EU’s stance.
EU heads of state said on Friday they want a trade deal but not at all costs. German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged compromise on both sides, while French President Emmanuel Macron said the UK needs a Brexit deal more than the EU does.
A spokesman in Brussels said that Brexit negotiators from the EU and UK will discuss on Monday how to restart the talks.
The main sticking points still include customs issues, fisheries, state aid, and fair competition rules.
Over 70 British business groups representing more than 7 million workers urged the UK and EU on Sunday to find a compromise over trade terms and to strike a deal.
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