© Reuters. British PM Johnson arrives for a meeting with EU Commission President von der Leyen in Brussels

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain remains committed to trying to bridge differences in trade talks with the European Union, but will not accept any deal that does not respect its sovereignty, a spokesman for the prime minister said on Thursday.

“We’re determined not to leave any route to a fair deal untested, which is why we’ve asked the negotiators to continue to negotiate today and tomorrow,” Boris Johnson’s spokesman told reporters.

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