"That means we automatically take back control of our waters and others' right to fish in them", the spokesman said. The document says a "broad outline" of an agreement should be done by June.
Mr Johnson, recently elected on a "Get Brexit Done" promise, has called for a looser trade agreement along the lines of the bloc's recent deal with Canada.
The UK wants law enforcement - and a series of other issues - covered by separate arrangements from the main trade deal, but the European Union wants a single partnership agreement covering all aspects of the future relationship, with a single "overall governance framework" to monitor it. The would mean scrapping nearly all tariffs.
The U.K. also aspires to strike side agreements in areas including fisheries, law enforcement and judicial co-operation.
Brussels wants to maintain the right of its fleets to fish in United Kingdom waters, and has warned that failure to agree on this could scupper the wider trade talks.
Even if a free trade deal with Britain were struck, he added, checks on British goods were inevitable.
Allie Renison, head of Europe and Trade Policy at the Institute of Directors business group, expressed disappointment that "securing market access continuity seems to be less than a fundamental priority".
Downing Street said if not enough progress has been made with Brussels by June, the government will need to decide whether Britain's attention should move away from negotiations and focus exclusively on continuing domestic preparations to exit the transition period in an orderly fashion.
The UK strategy was agreed on Monday by the EU Exit Strategy (XS) committee, which includes new Chancellor Rishi Sunak, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, senior cabinet minister Michael Gove and new Attorney General Suella Braverman. "We will do as much as we can under pressure of time".
"Businesses are pragmatic, but need the UK-EU negotiations to deliver clarity on the many practical, real-world details that will affect their day-to-day operations for years to come", Adam Marshall, its director-general, said.
Behind the hard rhetoric, the two sides do have room for agreement.
Instead it proposes "reciprocal commitments not to weaken or reduce the level of protection afforded" by labour and environmental laws, "in order to encourage trade or investment". "To those that would possibly suppose that the EU's unity would possibly falter in the following part of talks, let me say you're in for the alternative".
Former British trade negotiator David Henig said both Britain and the European Union appeared "too optimistic" in their conflicting opening gambits.
The "Terms of Reference", which sets out the code of conduct for the upcoming negotiations, reads: "the receiving party will not share this material outside of negotiating teams without the consent of the other party".
"Which is fine at this stage".
In Brussels, EU spokeswoman Dana Spinant said she "wouldn't want to jump to conclusions about the outcome" of talks.
"The commission maintains its capacity to prepare for no deal following the result of those negotiations", spokeswoman Dana Spinant said.
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Italy is the country outside of Asia with the most confirmed cases of coronavirus - at least 655 - and 17 people have died. Bahrain reporting three new cases - all Bahraini women returning from Iran - pushing the total to 36.
Ce blocage intervient après que la Grèce a décidé vendredi matin de renforcer ses patrouilles à la frontière avec la Turquie . Déclenchée en mars 2011 par la répression de manifestations pacifiques, la guerre en Syrie a fait plus de 380.000 morts.
And wishing people whose birthdays fall on February 29 needs to special, particularly when it is also their leap year birthday. That's why we add an extra day to the calendar nearly every four years - so that we stay in sync with the seasons .
And then the problem is that, if they can't do it with an arthroscope, which is obviously hope, I will have to reopen. Andy Murray faces another battle to prolong his career as he weighs up whether to go under the knife again.
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Ardern faces a tough reelection battle later this year and Morrison is reeling after a series of high-profile scandals and crises. Mr Morrison said his government's stance was firm and that it would expect the same treatment from other countries.
The World Health Organization has declared the outbreak an worldwide health emergency and said the global risk level remains high. The CDC had earlier advised the testing of people who had traveled to China or had contact with people infected with the virus.
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The Italian had traveled on Turkish Airlines to Istanbul and then to Lagos, according to health authorities. The World Health Organization later praised Nigeria for its "world-class epidemiological detective work".
Pope Francis has reportedly taken ill and cancelled an event at a Rome basilica as coronavirus locks downtowns in northern Italy. Concerns have been raised that the pope could have contracted the novel coronavirus that's now sweeping around the world.
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Les autorités affirment que le patient est stable, sans symptômes graves, et qu'il est traité dans un hôpital de Lagos. Tous les regards se tournent vers l'Italie, où le coronavirus a déjà contaminé 650 personnes , dont 17 mortellement.
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The WHO says the outbreak in China peaked around February 2, after measures that included isolating its epicentre Hubei province. Iranian authorities also announced domestic travel restrictions for people with confirmed or suspected cases of the coronavirus.