The move could leave U.K. in EU customs regime indefinitely.
The move follows a bad month for Brexit talks.
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EU President Donald Tusk called on May to come to Brussels with “something creative enough to solve the impasse.”
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In Brussels too, the mood was more positive 24 hours after negotiations were put on ice.
Prime Minister Theresa May will address Parliament around 3:30 p.m. Monday on the status of Brexit talks with the European Union.
There’s likely to be more talk of how to prepare for a chaotic and acrimonious no-deal split.
Britain and the EU seem closer than ever to a deal, but Salzburg meet showed the mood music can quickly change.
European Union is said to mull calling no-deal Brexit Summit as pressure mounts.
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