EU governments wrangled on Friday over a goodwill gesture to Theresa May that some hope might break the deadlock in Brexit talks but others fear may let Britain dodge demands for tens of billions of euros. The British prime minister indicated she too might make a move at next week's Brussels summit. A spokeswoman said "there will be more to say there" on a promise May made last month to honour financial commitments when Britain leaves. But Germany was leading a hardline camp wary of a proposal by summit chair Donald Tusk to tell May next week that the EU will start ...
EU mulls Brexit summit gesture, Theresa May hints on cash
The British PM indicated she too might make a move at next week's Brussels summit