Published: Thu, June 15, 2017
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

Macron: Door still open for UK to remain in EU


May underscored that Brexit talks would start on schedule - "next week" - while Macron said France wanted talks to start as soon as possible, and be led by the European Commission instead of state by state.

Britain voted to leave the European Union in a referendum previous year.

The fight against radicalization and terrorism would be at the center of the talks between the two leaders, and Paris would like to "intensify" cooperation in that field, a French diplomatic source said ahead of the visit.

Speaking alongside the President at the Elysee Palace, she said: "I confirmed to President Macron that the timetable for the Brexit negotiation remains on course and will begin next week".

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"We need to be clear and organised and once it (the Brexit process) has started we need to be collectively clear that it's more hard to reverse course", he said at the Elysee palace.

France and Britain have experienced several Islamic extremist attacks in the past few years.

But Brexit wasn't the focus of the meeting; both world leaders' main concern is counterterrorism - specifically online. Tech-savvy Macron has lobbied for tougher European rules, but details of his plans remain unclear. After their talks, the two leaders will watch. The country already has tough measures such as a law known informally as the Snooper's Charter, which gives authorities the powers to look at the internet browsing records of everyone in the country. The British prime minister wants to leave the bloc in "the national interest".

After the terrorist attack that killed seven people in London on June 3, May accused US tech companies of not having done enough to weed out extremists in cyberspace. Eight people were killed and dozens more injured.

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That song was seen as an anthem for Manchester after the English city was hit by a suicide bombing at the end of an Ariana Grande concert last month which claimed 22 lives.

French fans at the friendly worldwide unfurled a large banner reading "United with the cities of Manchester and London " in a display of solidarity with the UK cities targeted by terror.

When England and France met previously in November 2015 at Wembley, the match came in the aftermath of a series of co-ordinated terror attacks in Paris that left 130 dead and hundreds wounded.

Katz reported from London.

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MOROCCO: French President Emmanuel Macron was in Morocco Wednesday on a 24-hour visit for talks on battling terrorism as well as the Libyan conflict and Qatar's dispute with its Gulf neighbors.

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