Anti Brexit protesters demonstrate outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain December 11, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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Prime Minister Theresa May said Monday there is a new sense of optimism about negotiations over Britain's departure from the European Union, insisting that a preliminary deal has given fresh impetus to the talks.May updated lawmakers on the agreement reached Friday with the EU that covers the main divorce issues.Leaders of the other 27 EU members are expected to ratify the agreement later this week, allowing Brexit talks to move on to trade and security cooperation. In an interview with the BBC Sunday, Brexit chief David Davis suggested that last week's agreement was a "statement of intent" that wasn't legally binding.The Irish government branded Davis' comments "bizarre" and insisted that Britain must live up to the commitments it made last week.
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