There has been no “significant shift” by the government in cross-party Brexit talks, John McDonnell has said.
The shadow chancellor said Labour had not seen enough movement from ministers to reach a deal, especially on the issue of a customs union with the European Union.
He insisted Labour had “compromised in some areas” but added: “We’re not near what we want.”
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said a compromise was not impossible but talks could not continue “indefinitely”.
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