Sunday May 31, 2020

EU leaders urge quick and orderly British withdrawal

Tough talk on future British access to single market

29th June, 2016
EU 'needs to do better' without Britain

European Union leaders have called for an orderly British withdrawal from the union to minimise instability as they pledged to learn lessons from Britain's political earthquake and do better at serving their citizens.

As EU leaders took the historic step of meeting without one of their members for the first time, they lamented the British decision to part ways then began to lay plans for a new union minus its second-largest economy. That included setting...

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