LONDON, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Britain has clear red lines that
it will not cross in talks with the European Union, Michael
Gove, the minister handling Brexit divorce issues for Britain,
said on Thursday, adding that he believed with goodwill an
agreement could be reached.
"Progress has been made in a huge number of areas, but ...
there is still one or two sticking points on state aid, the
level playing field and fisheries," Gove told parliament.
"But I think with goodwill on both sides, we can achieve
resolution, and I certainly know that this government is
determined to do. But of course, we have clear red lines that we
will not cross."
(Reporting by William James and Michael Holden, writing by
Elizabeth Piper; editing by Guy Faulconbridge)