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European Parliament Chief: UK Election 'Good For EU

21 Avril 2017

The Prime Minister and Maidenhead MP said, if she had not performed a U-turn on calling an early vote, the "crucial part" of the Brexit talks would have occurred in the build-up to a general election, which European Union negotiators could have exploited as a "weakness". "I would be very happy".

Most notably, member states have challenged Britain's requirement that European Union migrants complete an 85-page form to prove that they are permanently resident in the UK.

"The UK elections do not change our EU27 plans", said a spokesman for Tusk.

May called a snap general election for June 8 in what was a shock and unexpected announcement on Tuesday.

In addition to meeting the Prime Minister, Tajani was also due to meet representatives from NGOs to discuss what people's main concerns were regarding the Brexit negotiations.

But he stressed that the issue of reciprocal European Union citizen rights should be negotiated "immediately" with a view to getting an agreement by the end of the year.

Speaking at the Policy Exchange think tank in London, he added: 'We will stand with you through all of it. "We need to send a clear message on rights". "For us, the agreement is [to have the same rights] as today [and] yesterday, tomorrow", he said.

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Prime Minister Theresa May formally began Britain's break up from the European Union in March, declaring there was no turning back, ushering in a tortuous exit process that would test the bloc's cohesion and pitch her country into the unknown.

A spokeswoman for the British Brexit department said: "No decisions have been taken about the location of the EBA or the EMA, these will be subject to the exit negotiations".

Titled "Non Paper on key elements likely to feature in the draft negotiating directives", the document was drawn up for the European Commission, which will conduct the Brexit negotiations with Britain.

"It is a good start, a good beginning, now we need to go for implementation".

"That's what this is about, it's about asking the people to trust me, to trust us in government, to give us that mandate to go and get that really good deal for the United Kingdom".

The memo also says the European Commission and its agencies are expected to "take account" of the fact that Britain will be "a third country" in two years, when concluding multibillion-euro contracts and appointing staff. Its executive director, Adam Farkas, said last month that Brexit was a "major talking point among the staff" at its Canary Wharf headquarters.

European Parliament Chief: UK Election 'Good For EU