Theresa May urges fellow EU leaders to drop "unacceptable" Brexit demands

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September 20, 2018 00:50
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SALZBURG - Prime Minister Theresa May was set to appeal directly to fellow European leaders at a summit on Wednesday to drop "unacceptable" Brexit demands that she said could rip Britain apart, and to urge the bloc to respond in kind to her plan, according to a senior British government source.



"I believe that I have put forward serious and workable proposals. We will of course not agree on every detail, but I hope that you will respond in kind," she was set to tell the other European Union leaders over dinner at the Felsenreitschule theater in Salzburg.

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