U.K.’s May Seeks Assurances in Meeting With EU’s Tusk
25 November 2017 | 6:30 am
Prime Minister Theresa May said there’s a "genuine feeling" that both the EU and the U.K. want to break the deadlock in Brexit talks after meeting EU President Donald Tusk and other leaders for discussions on the financial settlement.
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