2019一23期新版跑狗图

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Good afternoon.

Theresa May would have been happy leaving this week’s Salzburg summit with warm words from her fellow European leaders about her Brexit vision. Perhaps, given her repeated insistence that it was now the EU’s turn to compromise after all she conceded to offer the Chequers vision, she could have optimistically hoped for a hint of concessions to come.

But the Prime Minister received little to boost her spirits. The day began with EU leaders (Malta's Joseph Muscat and Czech Republic's Andrej Babis) floating the idea of the UK voting again on Brexit. Then her host in Salzburg, Austria’s chancellor Sebastian Kurz, declared that "it's important for both sides to move towards each other",...

Good afternoon.

Theresa May would have been happy leaving this week’s Salzburg summit with warm words from her fellow European leaders about her Brexit vision. Perhaps, given her repeated insistence that it was now the EU’s turn to compromise after all she conceded to offer the Chequers vision, she could have optimistically hoped for a hint of concessions to come.

But the Prime Minister received little to boost her spirits. The day began with EU leaders (Malta's Joseph Muscat and Czech Republic's Andrej Babis) floating the idea of the UK voting again on Brexit. Then her host in Salzburg, Austria’s chancellor Sebastian Kurz, declared that "it's important for both sides to move towards each other",...

Good afternoon.

Theresa May would have been happy leaving this week’s Salzburg summit with warm words from her fellow European leaders about her Brexit vision. Perhaps, given her repeated insistence that it was now the EU’s turn to compromise after all she conceded to offer the Chequers vision, she could have optimistically hoped for a hint of concessions to come.

But the Prime Minister received little to boost her spirits. The day began with EU leaders (Malta's Joseph Muscat and Czech Republic's Andrej Babis) floating the idea of the UK voting again on Brexit. Then her host in Salzburg, Austria’s chancellor Sebastian Kurz, declared that "it's important for both sides to move towards each other",...

Good afternoon.

Theresa May would have been happy leaving this week’s Salzburg summit with warm words from her fellow European leaders about her Brexit vision. Perhaps, given her repeated insistence that it was now the EU’s turn to compromise after all she conceded to offer the Chequers vision, she could have optimistically hoped for a hint of concessions to come.

But the Prime Minister received little to boost her spirits. The day began with EU leaders (Malta's Joseph Muscat and Czech Republic's Andrej Babis) floating the idea of the UK voting again on Brexit. Then her host in Salzburg, Austria’s chancellor Sebastian Kurz, declared that "it's important for both sides to move towards each other",...