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Brexit: United Kingdom has informed European Council President Donald Tusk’s office of May’s intention, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said..
“One has to state it openly: EU policy turned out to be a policy of double standards and cheating,” Waszczykowski told tabloid Super Express.
European Union will be ready to respond within 48 hours to Britain’s notification that it plans to leave the 28-nation bloc, Donald Tusk chairman of EU leaders.
Prime Minister Beata Szydlo wrote to EU to consider European Parliament-member Jacek Saryusz-Wolski as a replacement for Tusk, whose term ends in May.
EU leaders are expected to give Tusk, a former Polish prime minister from the centre-right Civic Platform (PO), a second 30-month term as president of their European Council during a summit in Brussels on Thursday.
Daily Mail, which Paul Dacre edited for 25 years, has long been a fierce critic of EU and, was an outspoken supporter of the campaign to leave the bloc.
Pro-Brexit critics have cast the legal battles as an attempt by a pro-EU establishment to thwart the result of June’s referendum.
Merkel, Donald Tusk blocked Theresa May’s attempt to fast-track a deal which would have created amnesty for British ex-pats and EU migrants UK post-Brexit.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was mystified by May’s metamorphosis from a quiet “remain” supporter to a passionate crusader for a hard break from Europe.
Britain’s plan to leave the European Union was at the heart of the meeting of the 27 other member states in Slovakia.
The Brexit vote in June triggered what European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has described as an “existential crisis” for the EU.
“Our goal (is) to establish closest possible EU-UK relations. Ball in UK court to start negotiations. In everybody’s best interest to start ASAP (as soon as possible),” Tusk said on Twitter.
Donald Tusk: “We cannot push them away from us, but we cannot let them profit from Brexit.”
“I look forward to a fruitful working relationship and to welcoming you to the European Council.”
“We cannot push them away from us, but we cannot let them profit from Brexit, as that would be lethal for the EU,” Donald Tusk said.