EU doesn't know what Britain wants

Still no coherent Brexit position from British government, says Hogan

20th June, 2018
There is very little optimism in the European Commission about the prospect of British Prime Minister Theresa May coming up with anything next week which will advance the talks on Britain's withdrawal from the EU. Pic: Getty

"Time is running out. Patience is wearing thin." That was the message from European Commissioner Phil Hogan in Brussels today, ahead of next week's summit of EU leaders on Brexit.

But there is very little optimism in the European Commission about the prospect of British Prime Minister Theresa May coming up with anything next week which will advance the talks on Britain's withdrawal from the EU.

Hogan said that the problem was that the British...

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