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Don't waste time, EU Brexit chief tells Britain

15 June 2017

Earlier, the leader of the lower house of parliament said the state opening of parliament would be held on June 21, when the government will set out its legislative agenda, suggesting the two parties had neared an understanding.

"The British government has said we will stay with the Brexit", Mr Schaeuble said.

"Now as Parliament returns, we have a Government in complete disarray still unable to reach an agreement, it seems, with the DUP and desperately delaying the Queen's Speech and Brexit negotiations".

Former prime minister David Cameron, who called last year's European Union referendum and resigned after losing it, told a conference in Poland that "there will be pressure for a softer Brexit".

The BBC reported DUP sources who said the talks were going well but it was thought "inappropriate" to make an announcement while events were unfolding at the Grenfell Tower in west London, where at least six have died. Her weakened premiership has revived a battle between Conservative hardliners who want a clean break from the European Union and the emboldened pro-EU pmembers of parliament who see a chance to soften the landing.

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He also said the government would "walk away" with no deal if talks broke down on ending Britain's four-decade membership of the bloc. The government should reserve all its energy for Brexit.

U.K. Brexit Secretary David Davis and his European counterpart Michel Barnier will open negotiations over Britain's split from the European Union on Monday, nearly a year after the country voted to leave. "And I confirmed to President Macron that the timetable for the Brexit negotiation remains on course and will begin next week", she added.

"Going overseas and being seen to be the prime minister and talking to the president of France.is a classic move to shore up authority at home", said Colin Talbot, professor of government at the University of Manchester. May tried to reassert her shattered authority at the weekend by announcing her new cabinet - with no changes among her top team.

"But we are going into these talks with the national interest at heart", Foster said ahead of the meeting.

New Environment Secretary Michael Gove has insisted he backs the Prime Minister despite the election result, saying she has "amazing gifts and incredible talents".

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"We increased the Labour vote by the largest margin in any election since 1945 and gained seats as a party for the first time since 1997".

Ms Teggart added: "We are today calling on the next UK Government to commit, particularly in the absence of functioning devolution, to prioritise bringing Northern Ireland's abortion laws in line with global human rights standards".

Asked whether both Labour and the Conservatives were bound by their manifestos, which spelled out plans for the United Kingdom to leave the single market, Mr Clarke replied: "We're n a new situation and the national interest calls for a cross party approach". "It just reminded me of 9/11", said Muna Ali, 45. He stressed he did not share their ultra-conservative views on issues such as abortion and homosexuality, which have caused disquiet among many Conservatives.

The PM has rejected claims the deal would undermine its duty to be impartial in Northern Ireland.

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Don't waste time, EU Brexit chief tells Britain