November 26th According to Reuters, on November 26th local time, British Chancellor Sunak said that he believed and hoped that Britain could reach a Brexit trade agreement with the European Union, but would not pay any cost to sign the agreement.
According to the report, only five weeks before the end of the Brexit transition period, Britain and Europe are trying to reach a trade agreement to avoid the chaos of the five-year Brexit.
“Thanks to the constructive attitude and goodwill of the parties, we were able to reach an agreement,” Sunak said. The framework of the agreement is very clear.” But he also said that it is certainly better to reach a Brexit agreement, but London will not go regardless of the cost of reaching an agreement.
On the 26th, on the 26th, EU Executive Committee President von der Leyen said that although there had been “redeed progress” in the negotiations with the British side, the EU was still preparing for the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.
A British official involved in the negotiations said that Britain and Europe are likely to reach an agreement as soon as this weekend. And an EU diplomat said that the two sides are more likely to reach an agreement next week.