BREXIT negotiations have ended 24 hours early on Thursday with “significant differences” still remaining between the EU and the UK.
Talks in Brussels between Boris Johnson’s Europe adviser David Frost and the EU led by Michel Barnier were due to continue into Friday.
But Mr Frost said talks will continue next week in London.
Michel Barnier accused Britain of showing a lack of respect for his demands.
He said there are still “serious divergences” between both teams as the latest round of negotiations ended in deadlock.
This comes as Parliament passed the Immigration Bill last night that would end the UK’s Freedom of Movement with the European Union, which will see EU nationals and their families will be subjected to UK’s immigration laws.
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