4th December Barnier, chief negotiator of the future relations between Britain and Europe, said on social media that after a week of intensive negotiations in London, the chief negotiators of both sides believed that the conditions for an agreement were not met, and the two sides still had huge in terms of a fair playing field, agreement governance and fisheries issues.
Differences. Therefore, Britain and Europe jointly decided to suspend the negotiations, and European Commission President von der Leyen and British Prime Minister Johnson will meet on the afternoon of the 5th local time.
On November 28, Britain and Europe resumed negotiations. This round of negotiations is widely regarded as the “final sprint”, and British and European public opinion has expected the final outcome of the negotiations this week.