THERESA May spoke of her Brexit regret as she flew to Brussels for her penultimate Brussels summit – just four days after quitting.
The outgoing PM said the European elections were “deeply disappointing” for the Tories and showed “the importance of actually delivering on Brexit.”
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She reiterated her view that the best way forward was to leave with a deal but said it was now for her successor to “find a way forward to get a consensus.”
Expressing her regret as she arrived in Brussels for a formal dinner with fellow EU leaders to discuss the next EU Commission, Mrs May said: “ I have been to something like 15 council meetings or more and have been working hard to very hard.
“It is a matter of great regret to me that I haven’t been able to deliver Brexit but that matter of course is for my successor. They will have to find a way of addressing very strongly held views on all sides.”
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