LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s opposition Labour Party said it had not yet seen a clear shift in Prime Minister Theresa May’s position after talks with the government on Tuesday aimed at finding a way out the Brexit impasse.
“We had further detailed and wide-ranging talks with cabinet ministers and officials today,” a Labour spokesperson said. “We have yet to see the clear shift in the government’s position that is needed to secure a compromise agreement.”
The two sides have agreed to continue their talks on Thursday, Labour said. Earlier, May’s spokesman called Tuesday’s talks wide-ranging and productive.
Reporting by Stephen Addison. Editing by Andrew MacAskill