Some experts believe there is scope for compromise over one of the main sticking points holding up a post-Brexit agreement on future ties.
One country, four governments, with tangible variations in how they have chosen to manage their populations against the virus. It is arguably one of the biggest stress tests for devolution.
The British Prime Minister made the statement a day after agreeing with the EU to intensify talks to reach an agreement.
Will a meeting between UK PM Boris Johnson and EU chief Ursula Von der Leyen on Saturday help break the deadlock?
In this edition we look at how relations between Brussels and Budapest soured over democratic values, and also at how the cultural sector can be revived post-pandemic.
In a thinly-veiled reference to the UK, EU chief Charles Michel said "respect for treaties, a basic principle of international law, comes to be considered optional even by those who, until recently, were its historical guarantors".
The EU threatened legal action if parts of the contentious bill, which a UK government minister admitted broke international law, were not removed.
Six years on from the referendum on Scottish independence, polls suggest Scots are keener than ever to dissolve their 300-year-old union with England. Brexit is the driving force, analysts have told Euronews.
As he faced a grilling from British lawmakers at PMQs, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the UK was carrying out more COVID-19 tests than any other European country per 1,000 of the population.