The key EU figure suggested the Tory conference had served as a distraction to the Brexit negotiations.Read the full story ›
It’s been described as pathetic and brutal by some while applauded by others.Read the full story ›
His statement came moments before Mrs May reiterated her Brexit plan is the "only serious and credible" proposal on the table.Read the full story ›
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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