The EU Council president welcomed greater detail on the UK's Brexit plans, but said the UK was still trying to have its cake and eat it.Read the full story ›
"For some British politicians this may be hard to understand. But...the key to the UK's future lies in some ways in Dublin," he said.Read the full story ›
Theresa May described the discussions as "positive", but conceded there are "still issues... that we are negotiating on to be resolved".Read the full story ›
Britain must deliver "more progress" on the Brexit divorce bill and the Irish border by the beginning of December, Donald Tusk has said.Read the full story ›
It remains in Britain's hands whether it ends up with a good deal, no deal or no Brexit at all, according to the European Council president.Read the full story ›
The EC President said he welcomed a "more realistic tone" as he left discussions with Theresa May, but said more work had to be done.Read the full story ›
The President of the European Council has congratulated Theresa May on her reappointment as Prime Minister.
Donald Tusk offered his well-wishes on "behalf of the European Council", before saying he urgently wants a Brexit that would be "least disruptive for our citizens".
He went on to say he looks forward to the Prime Minister's visit next month.
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Theresa May has warned the European Union to steer clear of discussions over Gibraltar's sovereignty during Brexit talks.Read the full story ›
The EU's strategy for Brexit negotiations, the trade talks could begin "as soon as sufficient progress is made" on the terms of separation.Read the full story ›
- Video report ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen
President of the European Council Donald Tusk is in Malta where he is expected to pinpoint concerns over EU citizens living in the UK.
There will also be talk of Northern Ireland as well as the sequencing of negotiations, according to ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen.
While some politicians say it won't be possible to negotiate the UK's exit from the EU and a new trade deal at the same time, others say there could be room for discussion.