BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union leaders must be patient with Britain over the country’s wrestle to receive majority strengthen for a deal to exit the EU, the chairman of EU leaders Donald Tusk talked about on Tuesday.
Tusk used to be reacting to a speech by Prime Minister Theresa Might possibly that she would demand the EU for an extension to the Brexit negotiation length and may presumably take a seat down with opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in an strive and rupture the impasse in parliament.
“Even supposing, after this day, we don’t know what the finish end result will seemingly be, let us be patient,” Tusk talked about on Twitter.
Reporting By Jan Strupczewski and Foo Yun Chee
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