"It will be for our negotiation team to analyse the offer line by line once we receive it on paper", he said, according to Evening Standard.
'We also want to see progress on robust transitional arrangements to run over a number of years, and efforts towards ensuring trade is as free as possible, with frictionless customs arrangements between Britain and the European Union'.
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"We're talking about the continuing indexation of pensions to people who are in the EU".
European Union citizens who had lived in Britain for five years could stay for life.
Extending sanctions against Russian Federation, commitment to Paris Climate Change Agreement and moving EU agencies based in London following Brexit were among the significant issues taken up by the Council, President Donald Tusk said in a joint news conference with the president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker and the EU term president Malta's prime minister, Joseph Muscat.
"They will be enshrined in United Kingdom law, they will be enforced through the highly respected United Kingdom courts, and of course if this is an aspect of the withdrawal treaty then it will be enshrined in worldwide law as well", she said.
Nicolas Hatton, founder of the nonprofit the3million, which campaigns to protect the at-risk rights of citizens affected by Brexit, slammed May's offer as "pathetic". But May, who will elaborate on her proposals on Monday in the Commons, has so far left many questions unanswered. Manfred Weber, German leader of conservatives in the European Parliament which must approve any Brexit deal, said the lack of detail in May's rights proposals was "quite worrying for the rest of the negotiations".
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Those who have not been in the United Kingdom that long could stay on to reach the five-year threshold and others arriving after a cut-off date would get a "grace period" to regularise their status. Others who arrive after an unspecified cut-off date will be given a "grace period", expected to be two years.
May, facing the first European test of her authority after an election backfire cost her a parliamentary majority, pushed back, calling her proposal a "fair and serious offer".
Reuven Ziegler described the initiative as "the start of recognition by the prime minister of the need for unilateral guarantees" that are not contingent on the outcome of the Brexit talks with Brussels.
Arguing that the European Council had not mentioned the court in its negotiating guidelines, but the Commission did in its interpretation, Davis said Britain could accept some arbitration but not under the current system.
The EU leaders have set two other priorities for the negotiations.
The Independent said that following May's humiliating visit to Brussel, MPs from all parties who share the view that the Prime Minister's plans put Britain on the road to disaster, are planning an alliance to defeat the PM's plans for a hard Brexit.
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