The government says “progress needs to be made urgently” on Brexit talks with Labour – but that arranging time with the opposition has been “difficult”.
Senior figures from both sides have been trying to break the deadlock by agreeing a Brexit deal MPs can support.
No 10 said talks had “been difficult in some areas”, including “timetabling”.
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