European Union leaders have granted the UK a six-month extension to Brexit, after late-night talks in Brussels.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday to argue for a Brexit delay while her ministers hold crisis talks with the opposition to try to break the deadlock in London.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejected the so-called new approach and its questioning of international systems and instead championed multilateralism, while Italy and Spain’s prime ministers presented two different visions of the world.
The former Ukip leader hit out at an agreement included in the German coalition deal between Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union and grand coalition partners the Social Democratic Party (SPD).
“Both agreed that the Syrian regime and its Russian and Iranian allies should promptly and fully implement U.N. Security Council Resolution 2401 (2018).