EU Commission spokeswoman: No change to EU position on Brexit

Commenting on British Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to resign on June 7, European Commission spokeswoman Mina Andreeva told reporters that Commission President Juncker will equally respect and establish working relations with the new Prime Minister and added that there was no changes to the EU's position on Brexit.

Key quotes (via Reuters)

  • EU assumption is still that Brexit happens on October 31.
  • EU preference is orderly withdrawal on basis of agreement that has been negotiated with UK.


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