It must have been a moment of relief, on both sides: After ir brief presentation at dinner in Brussels, European heads of State and Government of British Prime Minister Theresa May gave applause for ir efforts. "Some of us, including myself, thought she had done großeAnstrengungen, and we thought it was appropriate," SagteEU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. May be a colleague, Britain is EU member. "And so we are – and we try garlic only – polite and friendly people."
Mays's colleagues strengned Abtrünnigentrotz Brexit's back. "We should not underestimate m," said Derniederländische head of government Mark Rutte. "She's a BeeindruckendePolitikerin."
On this Friday, state undRegierungschefs have given starting signal for furr negotiations on exit Großbritanniens from EU. Last week, EU-Commission may, following hectic back and forth, announced breakthrough on three Besondersumstrittenen issues: rights of EU citizen of Britain and British on continent, remaining ZahlungenLondons to EU after Of Irish-Norrn Ireland border, which is still contradictory in solution details. May had great Zugeständnissegemacht, not only to Brussels, but also to its government partner, Norrn Irish DUP. DerDurchbruch was important so that Brussels and London can now Handelsbeziehungenverhandeln future.The praise of EU colleagues is ambivalent
In view of benevolent Atmosphärerevanchierte may be on Thursday in Brussels. They had "good discussions", she said. She now wants to start with "ambition and creativity" in deliver phase. May had even managed to meet with Merkel, France's president Emmanuel Macron, Council president Donald Tusk and Juncker Separatzu, which assessed observers as a small diplomatic coup.
But all polite undwohlwollenden gestures cannot distract you from extremely complicated situation of May – in London, but also in Brussels. The Praise Theeumilitary Colleague is refore also ambivalent. Europe's heads of government are allemallieber to negotiate with may than with a hardliners like Boris Johnson, Demaktuellen Foreign minister. Or perhaps even Labour chief Jeremy Corbyn, Dermögliche could win reelections after a fall of Mays.
It is one of craziness of Brussels operation that May was absent when remaining 27 Kollegendie next stage of negotiations with Britain on Friday. May already flew back to London on Thursday night. There Empfangsicherlich will not be as pleasant as in Brussels.Mays defeat in Parliament
Already on Wednesday, DiePremierministerin had to accept a defeat in Parliament: Elfproeuropäische Tory deputies voted for Brexit for first time with opposition. After Stundenlangen discussions on exit law, y had ensured that Parliament now secured a veto right about what Mayverhindern wanted. Corbyn described Mays's defeat as "demütigendenAutoritätsverlust" of government. The Prime Minister himself had to admit in Brussels that she was very "disappointed" about outcome.
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