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  • on Sunday, Britain's top Brexit negotiator was trying to sound positive.

  • We're going to be working very hard to try and get a deal, but David Frost knows he's got a job on his hands.

  • As talks resumed in Brussels on Monday, agreement still looked far from certain.

  • There's still little sign of progress on the peace sticking points fishing rights in UK waters, how to ensure fair competition, onda mechanism for solving future disputes, Irish Prime Minister Michel Martin said.

  • The chances of a deal are 50 50.

  • Investment bank JPMorgan said it's odds off a no deal exit had risen from 20% to 1 third on Monday.

  • You chief negotiator Michelle Barnier sounded rather downbeat about prospects, according to one diplomat.

  • Later in the day, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula Fonder Lion will review the state of play.

  • Failure to agree a deal will clog borders, upset financial markets and disrupt supply chains across Europe.

  • On with lawmakers on both sides needing to ratify any agreement, time really is running out.

  • The mounting uncertainty is taking a toll on the pound.

on Sunday, Britain's top Brexit negotiator was trying to sound positive.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/08
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