Downing Street has insisted it is prepared to pursue alterations to its Brexit deal and is ready to hold further talks with Labour this weekend.
Labour wants fundamental changes to the deal’s political declaration, which outlines future UK-EU relations.
But three days of talks ended without agreement on Friday, with Labour’s Sir Keir Starmer saying ministers were not “countenancing any change” to the text.
A Downing Street spokesman said: “We have made serious proposals.”
The government was “prepared to pursue changes to the political declaration in order to deliver a deal that is acceptable to both sides”, he added.
The political declaration sets out ambitions for the future relationship between the UK and EU after Brexit – including on trade, regulations, security and fishing rights – but does not legally