Britain’s finance minister Philip Hammond said Thursday there had been “some movement” by the European Union that could lead to a breakthrough in Brexit talks in “the next few days”.
Hammond said progress in the ongoing negotiations could result in a fresh vote next week on prime minister Theresa May’s EU divorce deal, which was rejected by lawmakers last month.
“There may be an opportunity to bring a vote back to the House of Commons,” he told the BBC.
“But that will depend on progress that’s made over the next few days. These discussions are ongoing.”