European Union leaders warn British Prime Minister Theresa May the "clock is ticking" to make Brexit concessions
EU will hold its first "social summit" in 20 years in the Swedish port city of Gothenburg as it seeks to show it can meet the concerns of working people.
Many companies have already drawn contingency plans in case Britain makes an uncontrolled departure from the EU, according to the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), which also attended the meeting with May.
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