European Union President Donald Tusk revived the notion that the U.K. will stay in the bloc after all, as British Prime Minister Theresa May struggles with persistent splits in her government.Speaking 16 months to the day since Europeans woke up to the news that Britons voted to leave the EU, Tusk said the outcome of negotiations on a Brexit accord is fully in the U.K. government’s hands. He signaled the scenarios include no departure from the bloc as scheduled in March 2019.“It is in fact up to London how this will end — with a good deal, no deal or no Brexit,” Tusk, who chairs EU summits, told the European Parliament on Tuesday in Strasbourg, France. “But in each of these scenarios we will protect our common interests only by being together.”
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