Talks over a post-Brexit trade deal have resumed in London, after negotiators returned to the table following a week-long standoff.
International Trade Secretary Liz Truss insisted a deal can still be done with the EU, as officials began a new round of "intensified" daily talks.
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier has warned that "every day counts" ahead of a looming December deadline.
He said both sides share a "huge common responsibility" as talks restarted.
Negotiations stalled last week after a summit in Brussels where EU leaders called on the UK to "make the necessary moves" towards a deal.
But the UK side agreed to resume talks after Mr Barnier said "compromises on both sides" were needed, in a speech on Wednesday.