UK PM says she wants Brexit deal but "not at any cost"
LONDON, Nov. 6 (Xinhua) -- British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday said that she is confident that a deal could be reached with European Union (EU) ahead of the Brexit talks deadline, stressing it must not be done at any cost to her country.
The comments came as Britain and EU are reaching the last weeks of their Brexit talks.
The PM's office said the main sticking point is still how to guarantee no new checks on goods at the Irish border.
The EU's chief negotiator has said that there had not yet been enough progress to call a special summit to secure the deal.
Britain is scheduled exit EU on March 29, 2019. The withdrawal deal is said to be 95 percent complete.