Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May reacts as she arrives in Downing Street in central London on October 9, 2017. AFP / Ben STANSALL
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The EU and Britain clashed Monday after British Prime Minister Theresa May said the ball was in the EU's court as Brexit negotiations entered a critical fifth round.This round of divorce discussions is the last before European leaders meet at a summit on October 19 to decide whether there is "sufficient progress" to move on to the trade talks that Britain desperately wants.Initially Barnier had hoped to achieve "sufficient progress" to move on to discussing future EU-UK relations by the end of October, with the clock ticking for a deal before Britain leaves the bloc in March 2019 .The talks have stalled on all three of the key divorce issues -- the exit bill Britain must pay, the rights of EU citizens living in Britain and the fate of the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland.London wants to begin talks on the future, including a possible EU-UK trade deal, as soon as possible.
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