Walking away is the best weapon Theresa May has against the EU as leaders celebrate £50billion Brexit stitch-up - The Sun

WELL, that's a relief! Theresa May yesterday wiped the smiles off the faces of 27 jubilant EU leaders, hours after they celebrated a £50BILLION Brexit stitch-up. The PM will stick by her vow to walk away from any deal with Brussels that seeks to punish ...

Theresa May's pyrrhic victory - Arab News

The British election called by Prime Minister Theresa May for June 8 will transform the outlook for Britain's politics and its relationship with Europe, but not necessarily in the way that a vastly increased majority for May's Conservative Party might ...

Brussels: PM May Is in 'Parallel Reality', 'Different Galaxy' to EU Negotiators As Brexit Talks Begin - Breitbart News

As European Union leaders agreed negotiating guidelines over the weekend, they sent an unambiguous signal to London that they thought British Prime Minister Theresa May's starting position for talks was out of line with their own, rejecting her demands ...

EU leaders set their terms for a negotiated Brexit - Financial Times

Donald Tusk calls them “firm but fair”. The European Council president's characterisation of the EU27's Brexit negotiating guidelines is in turn a fair description of the union's approach. Britain's partners want to ensure an orderly withdrawal and ...

Theresa May holds firm on double-track Brexit deal - Financial Times

Theresa May stuck to her guns by insisting the UK could secure a “comprehensive” trade deal with the EU alongside negotiations over the final Brexit bill, despite complaints from Brussels that such expectations are “completely unreal”. Sample the FT's ...