This week will be the "moment of reckoning" for a post-Brexit trade deal between the UK and the EU, the British Foreign Secretary has said.
Dominic Raab said two sticking points remain ahead of crunch negotiations this week and accused Brussels of "double standards".
Britain's chief Brexit negotiator, David Frost, will meet the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, in London next week.
Speaking on Sky News' Sophy Ridge On Sunday programme, Mr Raab said: "This week is the moment of reckoning."
He said there were only two "bones of contention" left - fishing and state aid - and that the UK was only asking to be treated like any other country.
"I don't think that sounds unreasonable, I think it's plain common sense."
He said a Brexit agreement was "there for the taking".
'We won't blink first'
Meanwhile, Mr Frost said Europe should take the UK's position seriously and that they "will not blink first" when the eighth round of talks begins on Tuesday.
He told The Mail On Sunday: "We came in after a government and negotiating team that had blinked and had its bluff called at critical moments, and the EU had learned not to take us seriously.
"So a lot of what we are trying to do this year is to get them to realise that we mean what we say and they should take our position seriously.
"We are not going to accept level playing field provisions that lock us into the way the EU do things."
He added: "They [EU] are looking to continue the status quo - they want to have their fishcake and eat it."
Reporting by IRN