“I am sure that this friendship and my support will continue in the years to come,” Prime Minister Theresa May wrote in a letter to the Board of Deputies of British Jews.
U.S. President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May joined Macron at separate ceremonies along a 80km (50 mile) stretch of Normandy coastline.
“He wanted to meet today or tomorrow, and I decided that I would not do that,” Trump said during a news conference with Prime Minister Theresa May.
Top among them are British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
"We will always appreciate her friendship and support,” Jewish community leader says
“I have done my best, I negotiated the terms of our exit,” she claimed. “I have done everything I can."
May set out a timetable for her departure: She will resign as Conservative Party leader on June 7 with a leadership contest in the following week.
"It would be strange for that not to result in a clear understanding (of when she will leave) at the end of the meeting," he said.
May had requested the EU defer Friday's exit until June 30 but in Brussels a "flextension" until the end of the year or until March 2020 was being discussed, EU diplomats said.
"We are prepared for this scenario," an EU official said describing the bloc's contingency preparations.