The United Kingdom is ready to make concessions to its plans for the Northern Ireland border after Brexit, but "there remains a big gap" with regard to tariff agreements, EU ambassadors have been informed Under a Brexit agreement, the EU said Chief negotiator Michel Barnier said UK tracking plans are unacceptable.
Previously, Boris Johnson said his cabinet still needed "substantial work".
It is stated on the agenda of his administration in the Queen's Speech.
Plans for Brexit life, crime prevention and the ending of the railroad franchise are expected to be set out in the Queen's address on Monday, which opens the new session of Parliament.
In the meantime, Britain and EU negotiating teams will meet again in Brussels today as efforts continue before a summit on Thursday and Friday.
The government declares that if it can reach an agreement at the summit, it will introduce a new cancellation policy. I will be elected next Saturday in a special parliamentary session.
It is considered a last chance to do so before the Brexit takes place on October 31
The government has also announced its intention to keep the budget on 6 November, with Chancellor Sajid Javid saying it will be "the first budget after leaving the EU".
Jon Trickett, Labor's Shadow Commons Leader, told BBC Radio 4 Today that he was "surprised" when the budget ran as planned.
"We have no idea if they will get this Brexit proposal through the house or not," he said. [Sunday] On Sunday, Mr. Johnson told ministers that he could see a "path" to an agreement "in all our interests."
The European Commission reiterated the Prime Minister by saying, "There is still much work to do."
In a statement, he added that the "intense technical discussions" between the UK and EU officials in Brussels would continue on Monday before Member States were informed of progress at a meeting in Luxembourg on Tuesday.
The question of the Northern Ireland border after Brexit is considered a key factor in EU-UK talks, and Mr Johnson has presented revised proposals this month.
BBC Brussels correspondent Adam Fleming said, Mr. Barnier, In his briefing to EU diplomats, the UK said it had dropped its proposals to include a pre-veto for Northern Irish politicians in the Stormont Assembly before any agreements entered into force for Northern Ireland.
However, the UK continues to seek Northern Ireland's power to leave the agreements at a later date.
According to a note from his meeting with EU ambassadors on Sunday evening, Barnier said he also agreed to accept Mr Johnson's plan for Northern Ireland to remain part of the British customs territory but to apply EU customs procedures.
However, he said he could not accept a UK proposal to track goods entering Northern Ireland to determine if they had landed in Ireland.
Our correspondent said that the EU negotiators have apparently "softened" their position and pointed out that we are ready to speak until Wednesday, the eve of the summit, although we have already said that a revised agreement will be held one week in advance must be present.
The speech of this queen will feel a little different than usual.
Boris Johnson has no majority in parliament and can not guarantee that he will be able to pass all the laws announced this morning. There is no guarantee that the Queen's speech will be delivered.
Add to the mix the fact that it is seeking parliamentary elections, and some of the statements you will hear will feel more like a pitch for the country than a concrete plan for Whitehall next year.
There is also the fact that everything announced in the House of Lords could quickly be overshadowed by the events in Brussels.
Much has been said about crucial weeks in Westminster.
This really feels like be one – where key questions are answered.
Can the Premier get a new Brexit Deal? If so, can he persuade Parliament to stand up for it? If not, can MEPs force him to postpone Brexit again?
Hang on – it could be a few bumpy days.
The State Opening of Parliament – an event full of pomp and ceremony – is the first since Boris Johnson became prime minister.
Ministers say the speech, the 65th reign of Elizabeth II, will focus on the "Priorities of the People".
In the Queen's address, the government will announce its plans to win the bill for a resignation agreement by Parliament if the Prime Minister signs a deal with the EU, and the free movement of EU citizens after Brexit in the UK break up.
It will promise to create more powers to "get weapons off our streets" and ensure that "the worst offenders keep their due time".
And there will be a "significant increase" in the penalties for foreign offenders returning to Britain, committed a violation of removal orders.
Further proposals in the speech of the Queen:
- Measures to introduce a point-based immigration system from 2021
- Abolition of the rail franchise system – Abolition of services introduced with the introduction of the rail system Privatization in the 1990s  Establishment of an independent NHS investigative body with legal powers to improve patient safety
- Updated the mental health law to reduce the number of prison sentences
- Allied targets for plastics reduction, air pollution reduction, restoration biodiversity and improving water quality
There are also plans to improve building standards and increase investment in infrastructure and science.
Mr. Johnson promised to "get this country moving again," adding, "This is a speech from the Queen, who will hold for every corner of Britain and make it the largest city in the world again."
However, as general elections are expected soon, Labor calls it a "stunt" and a "party political mission".
Union leader Jeremy Corbyn told Sky News on Sunday that it was "ridiculous" to hold the event ahead of an expected parliamentary election in the fall.
He said, "What we? Came into effect is a party political broadcast from the steps of the throne."
Timeline: What happens before the Brexit deadline?
Monday, October 14 – The commons are to return, and the government will do it Use the speech of the queen to portray her leg's islative agenda. The speech will then be discussed throughout the week by MEPs.
Thursday, October 17 – The decisive two-day summit of EU heads of state and government begins in Brussels. This is the last meeting of this kind currently scheduled for the Brexit deadline.
Saturday, October 19 – Special session of the Parliament and date by which the Prime Minister must ask the EU for a further delay of Brexit under the Benn Act if Parliament has not approved a Brexit agreement and the UK has not agreed to leave with no-deal.
Thursday, October 31 – Date on which the UK is to leave the EU, with or without a readmission agreement.