Merkel urges speedy Brexit talks after UK vote

Merkel mused over Brexit: "When Great Britain is ready, we are ready to negotiate".

Speaking during a visit to Mexico City, Merkel said Germany was ready for the Brexit talks, which May said would begin on June 19 as scheduled - although she now risks more opposition to her European Union departure plans from inside and outside her party. "But obviously while also asserting the interests of the 27 member states that will make up the European Union in future", she underlined.

The DUP has shown signs of supporting Britain's place in the customs union, which allows industrial goods to move freely without customs duties or other restrictions, and a deal with the Northern Irish party would imply "a much more positive tone towards a soft Brexit", he said. We want to do this quickly, respecting the calendar.

The negotiations are officially scheduled to be held beginning June 19.

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South of the U.S., in Mexico City, where Merkel is on a visit, the German chancellor said, "We are ready for the negotiations (on Brexit)".

"At the same time, we say that we want to remain a good partner to Britain".

Hogan said another British election might be needed to give a government a mandate to make the hard decisions required to secure a Brexit deal, as May was "very damaged" as a result of the poll.

"We were waiting for the election in Britain, but in the next few days these talks will begin".

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But without the strong mandate Mrs May had hoped for, and with no majority, the UK's strategy for negotiating Brexit has been thrown into uncertainty.

On Friday, European Council president Donald Tusk warned Mrs May there is "no time to lose".

The parties must reach an agreement by March 2019 if the United Kingdom is to avoid crashing out of the bloc with no deal. "We know when they must end".

Brussels' chief negotiator Michel Barnier said Brexit talks could wait until the new government was ready. "Let's put our minds together on striking a deal", he said on Twitter.

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