The European Commission President says the chance of reaching a trade agreement with the UK by the end of the year is 'fading'.
In her first State of the European Union address as president, Ursula von der Leyen also warned the British government not to follow through with its plans to change the Brexit withdrawal agreement.
UK MPs are to continue debating the Boris Johnson's Internal Market Bill in the House of Commons today, after it cleared the first hurdle on Monday.
Ursula von der Leyen says a trade deal is now looking less likely:
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