Reuters reports that British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said on Friday that Britain is disappointed by the EU's demand that London give more concessions to secure a trade deal but a deal is close and can be done,
"We are disappointed and surprised by the outcome of the European Council," Raab told .
"We've been told that it must be the UK that makes all of the compromises in the days ahead, that can't be right in a negotiation, so we're surprised by that."
"Having said that, we are close," Raab said of a deal. "With goodwill on both sides we can get there."
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