Listening for Brexit mood music in Salzburg

Comments will probably be more of an indication of EU leaders’ will to do a deal, rather than evidence of any concrete concessions on either side

19th September, 2018
Salzburg hosts first of three key Brexit summits

Comments will probably be more of an indication of leaders’ will to do a deal, rather than evidence of any concrete concessions on either side.

It is unlikely progress will be made on those before what is expected to be a bruising Conservative Party conference, which ends on October 3. EU diplomats think that once May has got through that, she’ll be in a stronger position to make the concessions needed to get a...

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