British Prime Minister Theresa May left Brussels after making a pitch for more concessions on the withdrawal deal she negotiated with the EU 27.
If she was hoping to take something away that would be acceptable to a rebellious Parliament back home, she left disappointed. E.U. leaders said, however, that they would offer help with any “clarification”, that might be required, but it wouldn’t be legally binding.
CGTN’s Richard Bestic reports from London.
- David Collins teaches international economic law at City, University of London.
- Helen Thomas is the CEO and Founder of Blonde Money, an economic consulting firm.
- Suzanne Lynch is the Washington correspondent for The Irish Times.
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