Britain's Prime minister Theresa May arrives to attend the European Social Summit in Gothenburg, Sweden, on November 17, 2017. / AFP / Jonathan NACKSTRAND
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May heads for Brussels as last-minute Brexit talks go onBritish negotiators were locked in last-minute talks with their European Union and Irish counterparts on Monday, trying to put together a Brexit deal that Prime Minister Theresa May might agree over lunch in Brussels.The legislature, which must approve any withdrawal treaty if a disruptive Brexit is to be avoided in March 2019, has demanded that EU courts have the final say in guaranteeing rights for 3 million EU citizens in Britain.Nadine Dorries, a member of Britain's ruling Conservative Party who supports Brexit, said May should tell EU officials time is running out to move talks on to the next phase.May portrays Monday's meeting as part of preparations for an EU summit on Dec. 15 -- though the EU says no negotiations will be conducted at the summit itself, so Monday is the last chance for her to make offers.
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