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>> Brexit has European leaders hitting the road for talks. French President François Hollande in Dublin Thursday to see Irish leader Enda Kenny, Brexit the top eye on their agenda and the two could be odds. Kenny saying British get a little thinking time before triggering the exit process, Hollande adamant, that it should begin as soon as possible.
> We must undertake the negotiations as soon as possible to set the framework of the withdrawal and the future of the UK and Europe. It will no longer be within the European Union but it will still be in Europe.>> On Thursday evening the new UK Prime Minister, Theresa May will have her own talks with the London, Paris.
She's lucky to find of a much tricky customer that Angela Merkel, whom she met the day before. Hollande expected to say there's no way the UK can have border controls and single market access. He's also firmly opposed to any talk taking place before the UK formally triggers the exit process.
Right now, May's meetings with other leaders ongoing much past the opening pleasantries. They're likely to get a whole lot more tenser when the real talks start.