LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May will try to clinch a deal on Wednesday that would allow her minority government to survive, as EU leaders voice growing impatience to start Brexit negotiations. May lost her parliamentary majority in last week’s election and is now desperately seeking the support of the 10 MPs from Northern Ireland’s ultra-conservative Democratic Unionist Party. An initial round of talks between May and DUP leader Arlene Foster ended with no agreement on Tuesday, although both sides said they were hopeful, with talks to resume Wednesday. “I hope that we can reach a conclusion sooner than later,” Foster said. On a visit to Paris on Tuesday evening where she met with French President Emmanuel Macron, May described the talks as “productive.” The talks are being closely watched in European capitals as they could delay the expected start of Brexit negotiations next week, as well as change Britain’s entire approach to its EU withdrawal. May has dismissed calls to resign following the dismal election result after calling a vote three years early in the hope of bolstering her slim majority ahead of the Brexit talks. Her gamble failed spectacularly. A lackluster campaign saw her high approval rating slip… Read full this story
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