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SOT, Laura Kuenssberg, BBC Journalist: "But Prime Minister, you keep asking for changes to the withdrawal agreement, the divorce deal, the European Union very firmly keeps saying no. Now, Donald Tusk said some of your colleagues should be sent to Hell in the [inaudible] yesterday, aren't you stuck in some kind of purgatory?"
SOT, Theresa May, UK Prime Minister: "No, first of all, I’ve raised with President Tusk the language that he used yesterday, which was not helpful and caused widespread dismay in the United Kingdom. The point I made to him is that we should both be working to ensure that we can deliver a close relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union in the future, and that’s what he should be focusing on."
SOT, Laura Kuenssberg, BBC Journalist: "But why do you believe that in the end, they may change their minds? Because everything that comes out of European leaders' mouths here says that they will not change that part of the agreement, the divorce deal?"
SOT, Theresa May, UK Prime Minister: "Well, I've set out very clearly the position from Parliament, that we must have legally-binding changes to the withdrawal agreement, in order to deal with Parliament's concerns over the backstop. What I see and hear from leaders is a desire for us to work together to ensure that we can deliver the UK leaving the European Union with a deal. My work is to deliver Brexit, to deliver it on time, and I'm going to be negotiating hard in the coming days to do just that. Thank you."
UK Prime Minister Theresa May insisted that she will deliver Brexit "on time" and that she would bring a deal back to Britain that would win over a majority in Parliament, following talks with top EU officials in Brussels on Thursday.
Calling the discussions “robust” but “constructive,” May said she had agreed with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to find a way to end the impasse between the UK and EU over the arrangements on the Northern Irish backstop.
“What I've set out is our clear position that we must secure legally-binding changes to the withdrawal agreement to deal with concerns Parliament has over the backstop,” she said.
The UK prime minister is in Brussels for the first time since the passage of the Brady amendment last week, which committed the government to seeking 'alternative arrangements' to the Northern Irish backstop, although senior EU officials have repeatedly stated that the withdrawal agreement cannot be altered.
May also addressed European Council President Donald Tusk’s comments from the day prior that there was a “special place in Hell” for those who had promised to deliver Brexit without first working out a plan.
“I’ve raised with President Tusk the language that he used yesterday, which was not helpful and caused widespread dismay in the United Kingdom,” May said.
After the talks, Tusk tweeted that there was “still no breakthrough in sight.”
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