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>> Britain's Theresa May went to the scenic Austrian city of Salzburg this week with her hard-fought Brexit proposal in hand. But EU leaders told her it's just not good enough.>>
> The EU wants a Brexit deal next month, but warned May that if she won't give ground on trade in the Irish border, they're ready to cope with talks collapsing. May says that she too could live with a no deal, though few at the summit believe her.
The Irish border as she was proving the biggest obstacle to her deal, May is desperate to avoid a hard border between Northern Ireland and Ireland. But the Eu says that so far Britain hasn't produced a workable alternative.>> The atmosphere today and yesterday was much better than two or three weeks ago.
But the Irish question needs something more than only good intentions. I mean, we need a tough, clear and precise guarantees.>> Leaders put a positive spin on the 24 hour talks, but said the real moment of truth that breaks the negotiations will come at the next meeting of European leaders in October.