European Union presses Britain to get its act together for Brexit talks

European Union presses Britain to get its act together for Brexit talks

European Union presses Britain to get its act together for Brexit talks

Speaking to The Boar last month Matt Western vowed to: "restore public health care services and support the Health and Care Commission, press for Stagecoach to reverse their terms and conditions concerning lost bus passes, and continue with the Labour party's commitment to build low-priced housing units to support those who are homeless".

"The General Election result creates a political landscape that is considerably more complex", said Geoff Taylor, chief executive of labels trade body BPI.

"If May resigns, the negotiations could be delayed by months due to the leadership contest, potentially new elections and even another process to design the UK's negotiation strategy", Citi said.

That started the clock ticking on a two-year period that should end in March 2019 with the U.K.'s departure.

"We must ensure that the Brexit talks are handled in a smooth and coherent manner to secure the best possible outcome for Ireland, for Europe and the United Kingdom", he said.

Although Brexit could be one of the most pivotal moments in British politics for a generation, it has failed to take centre stage during the campaign.

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Well, if the exit poll is anywhere near correct, Westminster is going to be more divided than it was before Mrs May took her gamble. And our leaders should now be thinking of strategies to ensure that the region is not totally forgotten in the aftermath of Brexit.

Davis said of the Tories' manifesto pledges on the single market and customs union: "That's what it [the election] was about, that's what we put in front of the people, we'll see tomorrow whether they've accepted that or not".

They certainly will. And perhaps some of those MPs who voted for Article 50 in the Commons and the Lords back in March now regret doing so.

One can imagine the thirsty Jean-Claude Juncker pouring himself another large Cognac and Germany's Angela Merkel quaffing another of those huge beers she swigged at a campaign event just 11 days ago.

A statue of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill silhouettes in front of the Houses of Parliament the day after Britain's national elections in London, Friday, June 9, 2017. Terms of the deal with the Democratic Unionist Party have yet to be agreed on, but having soft borders with Ireland is in the best economic interest of Northern Ireland, he said.

May Friday insisted that she would stick to the Brexit timetable.

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With the benefit of hindsight, she perhaps should have been careful what she wished for.

May, who became prime minister after Britain's June 2016 referendum on leaving the European Union, called the election three years early in a bid to strengthen her hand in the looming Brexit negotiations. But if that happens the negotiations will have to be speeded up.

May, who had campaigned against Brexit past year, delivered her terms for withdrawal on March 29 that included a clean break from the European Union single market.

Only the centrist Liberal Democrats placed Brexit in the foreground, promising a referendum on the result of the negotiations with Brussels.

The election result could have a big impact on the final shape of Brexit.

Other EU leaders have expressed concerns the failure to win a majority may make negotiations even more hard.

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May, thrust into office midterm, was hoping to get a huge mandate that would have allowed her to flex her muscles in these negotiations.

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