Prime Minister Theresa May and German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed on Thursday it was important that talks on Britain’s departure from the European Union should deal with the rights of expatriates first, May’s spokesman said.
“They discussed Brexit, welcoming the constructive start to the negotiations and agreeing it was important that the rights of citizens was the first issue to be discussed,” the spokesman said in a statement after May met Merkel while visiting Germany to discuss an upcoming meeting of the G20.
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