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>> They say a picture is worth a thousand words. The British Prime Minister seeming to cut a lonely figure at an EU summit Thursday, with video of her plight soon going viral.>> In Brussels, I'm Reuters reporter Julian Satterthwaite. No prizes for guessing who's the first to leave this evening.
Prime Minister Theresa May excluded from the evening's dinner. Heading home early, she wouldn't talk about Brexit.>> Well, we've discussed a number of issues here today.>> Some substance to suggestions of UK isolation, as May left the other 27 nations were discussing how to handle Britain's departure. And throughout the summit, they were putting on a united front.
>> No negotiations without notification.>> If London was hoping to divide and conquer, that doesn't seem to be working. For May, it all capped a tough day that began with reports UK officials think it could take a decade to hammer out a post-Brexit trade deal. As they headed home some hours after May, other leaders said her claim that it could be done in two looked optimistic.
>> 50 years of legislation, directives, and so on, would probably be very difficult to deal with inside a two year period.>> Of course, viral videos don't prove anything, but there's always a reason why they resonate. In Brussels on Thursday, Britain seemed a little short on friends.