Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street to attend Prime Minister's Questions, in London, September 13, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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May to make high-stakes Brexit speechAfter months of Brexit talks that have made little progress and deepened rifts in her party, British Prime Minister Theresa May will try this week to put the negotiations on track and reassert authority over her party. In a speech in the Italian city of Florence, May will Friday set out on her vision for future ties with the European Union and try to fill a policy vacuum that has left her Brexit team adopting what Brussels regards as wrecking tactics in the talks on ending four decades of union.EU negotiators are also frustrated with what they see as Britain's policy drift.Pro-Brexit lawmakers have also balked at suggestions Britain should pay 60 billion euros ($72 billion) for the divorce, and May's aides have poured cold water on reports that there could be a compromise to reduce the headline figure by paying 10 billion pounds a year to the EU during a transition.In a move that appeared intended to tighten her control over the Brexit talks, May appointed the top official at the Brexit Ministry as her EU adviser Monday.
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