Tusk meets Hollande, meets Merkel, meets Renzi. It has been nonstop work for the EU elite since a majority of UK voters chose to Brexit.
In an apparent last-minute meeting, the British prime minister visited the EU Commission president in Brussels to discuss deadlocked Brexit talks. May faces pressure at home to deliver favorable results.
EU Council President Donald Tusk has told UK Prime Minister Theresa May that Brexit talks have not yielded enough progress. But he also acknowledged that Britain has adopted a more realistic attitude.
Germany's European neighbors are not overly concerned by the aftermath of the election in Berlin. They expect Angela Merkel to remain the "dealmaker" in Europe. Trust in her appears as strong as ever, says Barbara Wesel.
The Conservative party conference could prove to be disastrous for UK Prime Minister Theresa May. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is eyeing her job, and appears to be doing his best to undermine her.
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