A Union Flag flies in front of the Big Ben clock face abover the Houses of Parliament in central London, Britain April 18, 2017. REUTERS/Toby Melville
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Britain's snap election has sparked hopes in Europe that Brexit negotiations could run more smoothly with a leader who has a big mandate, analysts and diplomats say.May is not only keen to win her own mandate but also to be less at the mercy of her party's anti-EU right wing when it comes to parliamentary votes.Whereas earlier this year May said Britain was ready to walk away and that no deal was better than a bad deal, she is now talking in terms of "the best deal possible".Britain should not hope for any favors from the other 27 EU countries just because May has a stronger mandate, Tilford said.
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