Michel Barnier has said Brexit was 'a failure of the EU' and that it needs to learn lessons from the 'social anger' seen in the UK.
More than seven million Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine doses delivered to EU countries have not been used.
'Am I going to sit here and say Brexit is perfect, and that your generation is going to reap the benefits? No, I’m not.'
Long lines of trucks have formed on the frontiers within the bloc this month as border restrictions cause mayhem.
The spat came after the EU’s ambassador in London was not given the same status as ambassadors sent by national governments.
Exports of fresh fish and seafood have been hit by delays following the end of the Brexit transition period.
It comes as the EU’s campaign to vaccinate 450 million people in its member states got off to a difficult start.
A government minister has refused to guarantee the supply of coronavirus vaccines won’t be affected by 'Brexit disruption'.
Opposition MPs have accused Boris Johnson of 'damaging our country' after the PM told the nation to prepare for a no-deal outcome from post-Brexit trade talks.
Labour has claimed Boris Johnson is 'undoing Brexit' as the backlash against his 'illegal' plans to override the EU divorce deal intensified.
YouGov said the survey is evidence of how much the UK has 'alienated' itself during the bitter Brexit fallout.
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator said there had been no progress on fisheries and the so-called 'level playing field'.
Sadiq Khan has said Boris Johnson would be committing 'the worst form of self-harm that this country has ever seen' if he fails to agree a Brexit deal with the EU amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Michel Barnier has accused the UK of 'seeking to distance themselves' from a Brexit agreement.
Gove said the EU wants Britain to 'obey the rules of their club even though we are no longer members'.
The EU’s chief negotiator said the UK is refusing to extend its transition period deadline and accused the government of 'slowing down' the discussions.
Chris Bryant said 'I don’t believe a word' of a U-turn letter by top civil servant Sir Simon McDonald.