Britain says no EU exit deal unless future relationship taken into account

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Prime Minister Theresa May's government has bowed to European Union demands to focus the initial stage of Brexit talks on the terms of the U.K.'s departure rather than trying to arrange a future trade relationship at the same time, according to two EU officials with knowledge of the preparations.

"We've set out the broad principles from where we will start the negotiation and we will negotiate in good faith, but it is a negotiation and we recognize there will be an exchange of views and we will take that forward in a spirit of genuine cooperation", Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond told reporters in Luxembourg on Friday.

"We want to see an administration set up again that will last and one that will last for all of the people of Northern Ireland", said Ms Foster outside Dublin's Government Buildings.

Arlene Foster and Theresa May have worked together behind the scenes on things they agree on in the past and in some ways some areas of the Conservative party mirror aspects of the DUP.

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Speaking on RTE's Sean O'Rourke programme yesterday, Mr Adams said: "We met with DUP and agreed with them that we would clear our desks - Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - and meet with the other parties also".

May gambled that a strong election win, as forecast by some pollsters, would boost her majority in the House of Commons in time for the Brexit talks, but instead, her party surrendered 13 seats in the lower chamber.

"We will go into speak with Sinn Féin again on Monday morning because devolution works and works for everybody in Northern Ireland", she said emphatically.

British negotiators believe the European Union might accept such a deal because it would mean Europe's trade in goods with the United Kingdom - in which the European Union runs a surplus - would not be disrupted by Brexit, the newspaper said. But there is also incredulity that the British government is preparing to go into the talks with a hard-line negotiating position when it can not command a majority at home.

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Mrs May has said Britain will leave both the single market and the customs union.

"Obviously also we are going to have a discussion around Brexit". "They will make clear she can not negotiate".

Meanwhile Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth II's second son, who works to encourage British economic growth, warned of years of "uncertainty and difficulty and upheaval" following Brexit. There are opportunities that we've got to make'.

It's the first time a country has left the European Union so the negotiators — led by former French government minister and European Union commissioner Michel Barnier and Britain's David Davis — will also be navigating uncharted waters.

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"In my experience recently, businesses that look over the garden fence have gone: "Hmm, (the) grass is not quite as dark and unforgiving as you might expect", Andrew told the BBC.

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