Brexit Talks: U.K. And European Start Divorce Negotiations

The prime minister is still trying to secure the support of a fringe party whose votes she needs to form a government.
A year has passed since voters chose to pull the U.K. out of the EU, its most important export market.
And nearly three months have ticked away since Prime Minister Theresa May started the clock on a two-year period that should end in 2019 with Britain’s departure.
She even threatened to walk away from Europe without paying a hefty divorce bill or striking a new trade deal, under the mantra that “no deal is better than a bad deal.
“But the business community and many lawmakers want to retain closer ties with Europe, and they are heaping pressure on the prime minister to change her approach.

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