"Tell us what you want".
Mr Henkel said: "I will also remind President Juncker of the fact that European Union politicians have a share in the responsibility for Brexit, and that their refusal to offer Britain some more autonomy to control its own immigration contributed to the outcome".
Mr Juncker said last week during a discussion about the EU's Budget that he believed it was still probable that Britain would leave, and that the bloc's finances have to be planned accordingly.
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His sentiments were backed up by Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker who said in a speech to the European Parliament that "Our door still remains open and I hope that will be heard clearly in London". "So tell us what you want", Timmermans added.
European Union freedom of movement rules could continue to apply in Britain for up to two years after Brexit, if British negotiators cave to the fresh demands from Brussels ahead of transition talks.
"So, if this is the case, then it will harm our competitiveness, harm the competitiveness of Europeans furthermore ... we want the most comprehensive economic trade and investment partnership with the United Kingdom in the future".
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The Mayor warned that time is fast running out on the negotiations, as a final deal including the full details of a transitional deal and detailed agreement on the outline of a future trade relationship must be agreed between the UK Government and the European Union 27 by October this year- just 10 months from now - in order to receive ratification from all European Union members.
"As David Davis said: If a democracy cannot change its mind it ceases to be a democracy", Tusk said referring to a speech in 2012 by the U.K.'s Brexit Secretary, who was a backbench MP at the time.
The newspaper's sources said that the European Union will start the process of blacklisting screening such United Kingdom territories as Anguilla, the British Virgin Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands in early spring, while Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, the Isle of Man and Jersey had already expressed readiness to address the EU concerns to stay off the list.
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But Mr Abbas has said his stance on Jerusalem means the United States can no longer be the mediator in peace talks. In 1980, the Israeli parliament adopted the Jerusalem Law proclaiming the entire city Israel's undivided capital.
The UK wants to copy European Union trade deals with other countries to maintain the benefits once it leaves. But he said the Brexit course was not a foregone conclusion.
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