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>> Chancellor.>> Worried about Brexit?>> Europe's most powerful political family meeting in Malta for a second day of its annual summit.>>
Prominent leader of the pack, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her allies, set out a firm line on the UK's exit negotiations. By ensuring the rights of of EU citizens in Britain continue, that Northern Ireland avoid a hard border with Ireland and that London settles its accounts on leaving.
Fighting the rise of populism also featured highly on the agenda. The European Commission's President, Jean-Claude Juncker, also speaking out against US President Donald Trump's previously stated support for Brexit and the departure other EU member states.>>