European Council President Donald Tusk (L) speaks with British Prime Minister Theresa May during their meeting in 10 Downing street in central London on March 1, 2018.
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Britain urged the European Union to be constructive and the EU told the U.K. to get realistic Thursday, as the divorcing partners differed over the Irish border and post-Brexit economic relationship.Tusk and other top EU officials have expressed increasing frustration with Britain's stance, which many in the bloc see as vague and unrealistic.British ambiguity collided this week with the hard problem of the border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic, which will be the only land frontier between the U.K. and the EU after Brexit.The EU says Britain has not set out how that can be achieved, so it made its own proposal Wednesday, which Britain rejected.
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