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'A lack of vision!' EU boss Tajani explodes at Theresa May over her Brexit stance

Daily Express / News 126 sources

EUROPEAN Parliament chief Antonio Tajani today ripped into Theresa May over her Brexit negotiating stance, accusing the British Government of showing a “lack of vision”.

EU leaders play down Brexit talks progress

Sky News

EU leaders have welcomed Theresa May's latest offer to free up Brexit negotiations but talked down chances of them moving on to the crucial trade stage.

Brexit: EU leaders seek Brexit talks progress

BBC / UK

Leaders gather for a crunch summit as the UK faces EU calls to do more to break the deadlock.

UK PM urges new dynamic in Brexit talks

BBC / UK

The PM tells EU leaders they must work together on a deal "we can defend to our people".

Brexit: EU leaders aim to let Theresa May down gently over trade talks

The Guardian

PM’s counterparts at summit will refuse to widen Brexit negotiations but talk up her efforts for fear of weakening her further

Britain will WALK AWAY! May warns EU leaders UK could DITCH Brexit negotiations

Daily Express

THERESA May last night warned EU leaders that she will walk away from any proposed Brexit deal that she cannot "defend" to the British people.

EU breaks Brexit deadlock to save Theresa May amid fears she could be ousted from No10

Telegraph

EU leaders softened their stance significantly on Brexit talks yesterday amid fears in Brussels that Theresa May’s Government could collapse if negotiations remain deadlocked. Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, said she was now in…

EU SUMMIT 2017 LIVE: May REFUSES to budge on Brexit - 'progress' has been made at last

Daily Express

THE EU Summit will see Theresa May urge leaders to push forward the deadlocked Brexit negotiations in a crunch conference today as the threat of a ‘no deal’ intensifies.

Theresa May backs down and offers billions more for Brussels: Brexit bill 'could be £20bn' more

Theresa May today signalled she is ready to pay billions of pounds more in a Brexit divorce bill to secure a December deal to begin trade talks.

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