Tusk pens letter to EU leaders BEGGING them to align against UK on Brexit as cracks appear

18 Oct

In a letter to the remaining 27 members, which are increasingly divided between the east and west, the European Council President issued a rallying cry to “preserve unity”.

Donald Tusk, 60, said: “We can only confront today’s uncertainties if we act in unison.”

Hinting at a joint offensive against Britain during the summit, when members decide whether to move Brexit talks to trade, he said “European unity is our greatest strength”.

He added: “We need this unity in order to solve the migration crisis, to tackle unfair aspects of globalisation, to deal with aggressive third countries, to limit the damage caused by Brexit as well as to preserve the rules-based international order in these difficult times.”

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