There remain problems in Brexit trade talks with the European Union, said Britain Prime Minister Boris Johnson, adding that the United Kingdom would be fine without a deal.
Talking about the negotiations on the deal, PM Johnson said, “The position is unchanged: there are problems. It’s vital that everybody understands that the UK has got to be able to control its own laws completely and also that we’ve got to be able to control our own fisheries.”
Adding further, the UK PM said, “WTO [World Trade Organization] terms would be more than satisfactory for the UK. And we can certainly cope with any difficulties that are thrown our way. Not that we don’t want a deal, but that WTO terms would be entirely satisfactory.”