Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
World Media | By June Phelps

UK PM May to update parliament on Brexit talks today

UK PM May to update parliament on Brexit talks today

The EU and Britain clashed Monday after British Prime Minister Theresa May said the ball was in the EU's court as Brexit negotiations entered a critical fifth round.

The EU, however, lobbed the ball straight back.

"This is not exactly a ball game. but what I can remind you of is there is a clear sequencing to these talks and there has been so far no solution found on step one, which is the divorce proceedings", the commission's chief spokesman Margaritis Schinas told a press conference.

Britain voted to leave the European Union in a shock referendum result in June 2016.

"We are fast reaching the point when the prime minister should assert the authority of her office over the negotiations and call time", Bernard Jenkin, a Conservative lawmaker, wrote in the Guardian newspaper.

Talks had stalled over key issues including European Union citizens' rights, a financial settlement and on the Northern Ireland border.

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The European Commission's Chief Spokesperson Margaritis Schinas said that the European Parliament's resolution - adopted by nearly all political parties, last week - was clear on sequencing and that they too required the divorce proceedings to take place before plans for a future relationship.

Negotiations in Brussels are set to resume in the coming weeks, and have been deadlocked as both sides refuse to move forward from their respective positions.

He said: "If it looks at all these complexities thoroughly, my sense is that it [the British government] may then conclude that, despite Boris Johnson's anxiety to leave quickly, the time limits are already far too severe and that more time is needed ..."

"I believe we can prove the doomsayers wrong". "In my view it is rather important we get into a more close and more speedy process on concluding some of the issues".

May was meeting British business leaders on Monday, who are increasingly concerned over the slow pace of Brexit talks, and need to make decisions on moving headquarters or rearrange their businesses if the United Kingdom in effect leaves the bloc and its internal market on 31 March 2019.

Jensen called for compromise, saying "this will never be a 100 percent win for one side or the other side".

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She has endured a particularly hard stretch, with the disappointing party conference speech followed by a claim by former party chairman Grant Shapps that he had a list of 30 legislators who wanted May to step down.

According to a source familiar with the matter, May told business leaders that for her, a roughly two-year transitional agreement was non-negotiable.

However, progress on a means of calculating the UK's financial obligations - the "Brexit Bill" - seems much less likely.

Labour could be prepared to make ongoing payments to Brussels to secure access to the single market, shadow Brexit minister Jenny Chapman has suggested.

In an interview with the Sunday Times, May sent a strong signal about her intentions when asked specifically what she planned to do about her rebellious foreign secretary, the former London mayor who's in the past been touted as a potential successor.

Raf Casert reported from Brussels.

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