Britain's May Urges Brexit Talks to Speed Up, as Fears Grow of 'Cliff-Edge' EU Exit
(VOA): British Prime Minister Theresa May has said she is confident that a deal can be done on leaving the European Union but warned that 'no one will get everything they want' out of Britain's EU exit. In a key speech Friday, May urged both sides to move faster. The UK is to leave the EU at the end of March next year, but wants a two-year transition period. As Henry Ridgwell reports, there are growing doubts that a comprehensive deal can be reached within that time.
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Published Date: Sunday, March 4th, 2018 | 12:46 PM
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