Second round of Brexit talks begins as discrepancy and uncertainty clouding negotiations

Second round of Brexit talks begins as discrepancy and uncertainty clouding negotiations

Mr Hammond said: "They shouldn't have done it frankly because Cabinet meetings are supposed to be a private space in which we have a serious discussion". "They're waiting for more clarity about what the future relationship with Europe will look like". A Sunday Times newspaper story on the divisions amid positioning to succeed May was illustrated by an image of Hammond, Davis and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson aiming pistols at each other.

After his arrival at the EU's headquarters on Monday morning, the European Commission released pictures of Mr Davis sitting opposite his EU counterpart, Michel Barnier, with their respective teams. Even so, she rejected his pleas to make an unconditional pledge on their rights.

Mr Barnier told the watching media they would not be taking questions, saying they must wait until Thursday when the round of talks end, adding: "Now we have to work".

But this session is expected to be more tense, with many hard questions to be decided, including the rights of European Union citizens in Britain and vice versa after Brexit, according to RFE/RL.

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The infighting goes further than Brexit.

At the weekend Chancellor Philip Hammond angrily accused Cabinet rivals of trying to undermine his agenda for a "softer" business-friendly exit, prioritising jobs and the economy.

That row has seemingly been defused however, after a written Government statement acknowledging Britain had obligations to the European Union which would continue after the United Kingdom had left was quietly published at the end of last week. The European Parliament warned last week it could veto the final deal if Britain doesn't give EU citizens more rights if they choose to stay in Britain after Brexit, which is due to take place in March 2019.

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Defending the Government's plans, a spokeswoman for the Department for Exiting the European Union told The Guardian: "Our aim is to build a deep and special partnership with the European Union, as the EU's closest friend and neighbour".

The UK food system is "like the rabbit caught in the headlights, with no goals, no leadership and eviscerated key ministries", the academics wrote.

Oliver Robbins, the top civil servant in Davis's ministry, did have a slim, black notebook and pen on the table. "This isn't correct. Believe me, we are embarking on a massive venture".

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