May: UK committed to maintaining Europe's security

May: UK committed to maintaining Europe's security

May: UK committed to maintaining Europe's security

"NATO remains the bedrock of our collective security, and there is no clearer demonstration of the UK's unconditional commitment to Europe's defence than the 800 British troops now in Tapa, leading a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation battlegroup and standing shoulder to shoulder with their Estonian, French and soon their Danish counterparts too", said the United Kingdom prime minister, who will visit United Kingdom soldiers stationed in Tapa along with French President Emmanuel Macron and Estonia's Prime Minister Juri Ratas.

In a speech in Florence last week, May sought to re-set the tone of talks and nudge them forward, after they all but stalled over the divorce settlement, especially over the so-called Brexit bill.

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"By the end of October we will not have sufficient progress", he said.

The uncertainty facing four million expatriate European and British citizens has become intolerable, said the heads of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) and Trades Union Congress (TUC) - who often sit on opposite sides of the corporate negotiating table. "At the end of this week I am saying that that there will be no sufficient progress from now until October unless miracles would happen", he told reporters at the summit in Tallinn.

Addressing 800 British troops serving with the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation mission in Tapa, northern Estonia, the prime minister cited the need to "come together" in the face of threats from Russian Federation which "deliberately violates the rules based worldwide order".

However, it is looking increasingly likely that they will put their foot down and demand more clarity on the future role of the European Courts and Britain's financial contributions to the bloc.

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She highlighted the fact that Britain and the European Union start with identical regulatory standards and said she wanted "a practical approach to regulation that enables us to continue to work together in bringing shared prosperity to our peoples".

"Our resolve to draw on the full weight of our military, intelligence, diplomatic and development resources to lead worldwide action with our partners on the issues that affect the security and prosperity of our peoples is unchanged".

"We will continue to work with our North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, our European neighbours and the EU to support a future partnership of unprecedented breadth and depth, that will guarantee the security and stability of the continent for generations to come".

"Russia's continued aggression represents a growing danger to our friends..."

"It is a blight on the values of our nations".

Mrs May held talks with German chancellor Angela Merkel in the margins of the summit - the first time they have met since Mrs Merkel's re-election.

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