EU’s ‘concern’ over citizen’s rights is a ‘smokescreen’ to squeeze more MONEY out of UK

17 Oct

Joined by Brexit Secretary David Davis, the Prime Minister had dinner with the Commission president and EU chief negotiator last night in a bid to end the stalemate over the UK’s divorce settlement.

A statement released after this evening’s dinner on behalf of both parties said the meeting had seen a “broad, constructive exchange” and agreement the pace of negotiations should increase in the coming months.

It said: “As regards the Article 50 negotiations, both sides agreed that these issues are being discussed in the framework agreed between the EU27 and the United Kingdom, as set out in Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union.

“The Prime Minister and the President of the European Commission reviewed the progress made in the Article 50 negotiations so far and agreed that these efforts should accelerate over the months to come.

“The working dinner took place in a constructive and friendly atmosphere.”

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