Brussels and London announce last effort for agreement

Talks resume on Sunday to prevent Britain from leaving without an agreement.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Saturday urged their Brexit negotiators to resume talks, but warned that no agreement would be possible unless key issues were resolved.

“There remain significant differences on three crucial issues: a level playing field, governance and fisheries,” Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Layen said in a joint statement. “Both sides stressed that no agreement is possible if these issues are not resolved.”

“While acknowledging the seriousness of these differences, we agreed that further efforts should be made by our negotiating teams to assess whether these differences can be resolved,” they said.

Discussions resume on Sunday, after being interrupted on Friday.

Source: Sky News