May ready for generous Brexit 'allowance' in exchange for trade deal
Arriving to Brussels Eastern Partnership Summit (#EaPSummit) the UK Prime minister Theresa May made her point offering to supply with extra money to meet the EU’s €60bn ‘divorce bill’ expectations only if the EU27 can guarantee the flexibility and broadening the talks on trade and the terms adjustment during a transition period.
The Prime minister, speaking as she arrived at an EU summit in Brussels on Friday, will meet the president of the European council, Donald Tusk, at the end of the EaP meeting of the heads of states and governments.
“These negotiations are continuing but what I am clear about is that we must step forward together. This is for both the UK and the European Union to move on to the next stage.”