Cameron and Farage tell EU: Brexit vote is ALL your fault after ignoring migrant fears

On arriving at the gathering, Mr Cameron spoke of his desire to set the way for “constructive talks” on Britain’s future relationship with the EU that will be conducted by his successor.

Ahead of the talks, he said: “I’ll be explaining that Britain will be leaving the European Union but I want that process to be as constructive as possible and I hope the outcome can be as constructive as possible, because of course while we’re leaving the European Union, we mustn’t be turning our backs on Europe.

“These countries are our neighbours, our friends, our allies, our partners and I very much hope we’ll seek the closest possible relationship in terms of trade and cooperation and security, because that is good for us and that is good for them.

“And that’s the spirit in which the discussions I think will be held today.”

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *