European Union leaders will give British Prime Minister Theresa May a tough reception in Brussels on Wednesday, warning her to rally support at home for the Brexit deal on offer or be cut loose without.. Credit: Reuters - Published
According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, leaders in the EU is expected to give British Prime Minister Theresa May a tough reception in Brussels, warning her to rally support for the Brexit deal..
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, says a deal with Britain might not come before November after talks hit an impasse over the weekend. Speaking on the eve of an EU leaders'..
France is confident a Brexit deal can be struck, though unlikely by Wednesday night when EU leaders meet in Brussels, with the Irish border among the trickiest of issues to resolve, an official in the.. Credit: Reuters - Published Also reported by •Reuters India
Negotiations on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union are proving to be harder than expected and a summit of EU leaders this week will decide if there is enough progress for another summit on.. Credit: Reuters - Published
Leaders of the other 27 EU member states will listen to British Prime Minister Theresa May give her view of the Brexit talks before they discuss among themselves how to proceed at a summit dinner on.. Credit: Reuters - Published
There is still a one-in-four chance Britain and the European Union part ways in less than six months without reaching a deal, according to a Reuters poll taken as EU leaders prepare to meet in Brussels.. Credit: Reuters India - Published Also reported by •FXstreet.com
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Council President Donald Tusk said on Monday that the 27 states remaining in the bloc after Britain leaves must be ready for a no-deal Brexit, a scenario he said was.. Credit: Firstpost - Published
Theresa May went to Salzburg expecting the Sound of Music from Europe's leaders for her Brexit blueprint. The response wasn't one of her favourite things. Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age