David Frost puts UK on brink of no deal Brexit saying EU ‘no longer committed’ to talks | UK | News (Reports)


Writing on Twitter, David Frost dealt a hammer blow to hopes of the UK securing a Brexit deal with the EU. Lord Frost said he felt disappointed by the bloc’s conclusions on the ongoing post-Brexit trade talks. He said he was taken aback by Brussels’ stance that the UK should be the one to move on key demands, saying such an approach was “unusual”.

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Lord Frost said: “Disappointed by the #EUCO conclusions on UK/EU negotiations.

“Surprised EU is no longer committed to working ‘intensively’ to reach a future partnership as agreed with @vonderleyen on 3 October.

“Also surprised by suggestion that to get an agreement all future moves must come from UK. It’s an unusual approach to conducting a negotiation.”

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