European council chief tells Theresa May that movement on financial settlement and border is needed by start of December

The president of the European council has told the UK government that more progress must be made on the Irish border and financial settlement or Brexit talks will not move on to phase two in December.

Donald Tusk also hit back at suggestions by the Brexit secretary, David Davis, that the UK needed to see more compromise from Brussels. “I appreciate Mr Davis’s English sense of humour,” he said.

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