The United Kingdom and the European Union have failed to agree on the terms for Brexit after a meeting between British Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
In a press briefing after Monday's meeting in Brussels, Juncker said that there were still two or three issues that needed to be agreed.
The EU head added that he felt sufficient progress between the parties could be achieved by the time of the EU leaders summit on December 14.
"We had a frankly constructive meeting ... She is a tough negotiator, and not an easy one. She is defending the point of view of Britain with all the energy we know she has," Juncker told reporters.