Tusk: UK should start EU divorce talks soon Tusk and May met for the first since since Britain voted to leave the EU
Eastern Eye Staff
BRITIAN should start talks to leave the European Union (EU) as soon as possible, European Council president Donald Tusk said on Thursday (September 8), adding weight to calls for Britain’s Theresa May to get on with the formal divorce procedure. In London, Tusk met May for their first head-to-head meeting since Britain voted to leave the bloc in a referendum on June 23 which led to the resignation of her predecessor David Cameron. The pair were keen to talk about what steps could be taken over the next few months. In order to give her government time to come up…
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