LONDON (Reuters) – Talks between Britain and the European Union on the essential query of find out how to keep away from a tough border in Ireland are more likely to proceed till November, British Prime Minister Theresa May advised reporters on Thursday.
FILE PHOTO: Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May talks to staff at WPP who have come by micro fellowships and apprenticeships, after a roundtable assembly with business leaders whose firms are inaugural signatories of the Race at Work Charter, on the Southbank Centre in London, Britain, October 11, 2018. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls
Earlier on Thursday diplomats advised Reuters that British and EU negotiators had been making headway on the Irish border and hoped for a Brexit deal breakthrough on Monday.
Speaking to Northern Ireland journalists at her Downing Street workplace, May additionally mentioned she anticipated immigration to be a major challenge in talks.
Asked whether or not she thought the Democratic Unionist Party – a Northern Irish group whose 10 members of parliament she is determined by to cross laws – may withdraw their assist over the border challenge, May mentioned: “The DUP will do what the DUP will do.”
Reporting by Amanda Ferguson; Conor Humphries; enhancing by David Stamp