Door open for United Kingdom till Brexit negotiations are done: French President Macron

France hacker download attack security french

France hacker download attack security french

While the two briefly raised Brexit - Macron said the door was open for Britain to change its mind and May said she was sticking to her time line - they were more interested in highlighting their common fight against terrorism.

"Of course, the [EU] door remains open, always open, until the Brexit negotiations come to an end", he said.

The pair were later due to watch the France v England football friendly worldwide at the Stade de France, where crowds are expected to sing God Save The Queen and observe a minute's silence in honour of the victims of recent terror attacks in the UK.

While May struggles to hold onto power, Macron is on the ascendancy, with his year-old party set to win a huge majority in parliamentary elections Sunday.

May stressed that she would stick to her timetable of starting Brexit discussions next week in Brussels, saying the talks were "on course" despite her domestic difficulties.

Many European politicians had warned, after last week's disastrous general election for the UK's Conservative PM, that any further delay to the start of the talks risked their failure.

French President Emmanuel Macron arrives for a press conference with Senegal's President Macky Sall at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, Monday, June 12, 2017.

As a singer dressed in uniform and playing a guitar started singing, the pockets of England fans joined in, some with their arms raised.

The Prime Minister added that there is "a unity of purpose" among the British public that the Government should get on with Brexit following the leave vote.

French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday that the door to the European Union remains open to the United Kingdom as long as exit negotiations are not concluded, but it would be hard to walk back once negotiations start. "I do respect that".

The UK and France are to explore the possibility of creating a new legal liability for technologies who fail to remove content promptly, which could include penalties such as fines, the government said. After their talks, the two leaders will watch a France-England football match at the stade de France that will honor victims of extremist attacks in both countries.

Leaders across Europe have pressured companies like Facebook, Twitter, and Google to more swiftly remove hate speech and terrorist material online, though there are concerns that aggressive legislation could infringe on free speech.

The song was sung by people in a crowd that gathered in the city days after a suicide bomber killed 22 people attending a May 22 concert by pop singer Ariana Grande in the Manchester Arena.

Recommended News

  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions to face sharp questions on Trump, Russia, Comey

    Richard Burr, R-N.C., listen on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, June 13, 2017, as Attorney General Jeff Sessions . Sessions appeared to be using it to justify his evasiveness, even though the privilege isn't up to him to invoke.

    United States defense chief: 'Americans will do the right thing' in Pacific

    But it differs from the U.S. and its allies on how to rein in the North's rapidly escalating nuclear and ballistic missile program.
    Stocks, dollar firm ahead of Fed decision

    Stocks, dollar firm ahead of Fed decision

    Brent crude traded $48.32 a barrel on Tuesday, down 0.82 percent, while US crude was around $45.96 a barrel, down 1.08 percent. Notable technology names like Nvidia , Amazon , Tesla and Alphabet all saw their stock prices rise before the bell.
  • N.Korea frees student in coma after high-level U.S.  visit

    N.Korea frees student in coma after high-level U.S. visit

    Anyone wanting to own a larger-than-life Kim will have to await the end of North Korea's nuclear program. But Anna Fifield says, this time , the North had appeared unwilling to bargain.

    Fans already lining up for Penguins' Stanley Cup parade

    As part of the Expansion Draft rules, teams must protect any player with a no-movement clause. Reality, however, may start to climb back in for fans now that the expansion draft is near.
    Lindelof set to join Red Devils

    Lindelof set to join Red Devils

    The Swiss was linked to the Red Devils for most of 2016/17, and will strengthen a rearguard that has been ravaged by injuries. In 2016, he was one of the best defenders in the division, delivering a string of impressive and consistent displays.
  • Jeff Sessions testifies before Senate

    Jeff Sessions testifies before Senate

    Warner cited reports that a friend of Trump's suggested that he was considering removing Mueller from the investigation. And he advised the president as much, mainly for the way Comey handled the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
    Cristiano Ronaldo accused of tax fraud by Spanish state prosecutor

    Cristiano Ronaldo accused of tax fraud by Spanish state prosecutor

    However, Ronaldo's case is much more serious than his Barcelona rival and three times greater in value than Messi's. Real Madrid declined to comment and calls to the agency representing Ronaldo , Gestifute , went unanswered.
    Jeremy Corbyn was just 2227 votes away from becoming Prime Minister

    Jeremy Corbyn was just 2227 votes away from becoming Prime Minister

    In May's camp, recriminations were immediate and stinging. "What the country needs more than ever is certainty", May said. May said Barwell would help her "reflect on the election and why it did not deliver the result I hoped for".
  • Montana's Gianforte avoids jail time for reporter assault

    Gianforte is expected to travel to Washington within the next few weeks to be sworn in by House Speaker Paul Ryan. Work programs, which cut the time of a sentence in half, are not an option in assault cases, however.
    Video to form three-quarters of mobile traffic by 2022

    Video to form three-quarters of mobile traffic by 2022

    By the end of 2022, total smartphone mobile data traffic will have increased 9X, reaching 66 ExaBytes per month. Ericsson estimates around 29 billion connected devices by 2022, out of which 18 billion will be related to IoT.
    'North and South Korea could host World Cup'

    'North and South Korea could host World Cup'

    Ahn said it would draw, at the very least, much more severe sanctions, even from its main economic supporter China. North Korea called the system a provocation aimed at bolstering USA military hegemony in the region.

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.