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Posted August 31, 2017

Brexit negotiation processes have stalled as the European Union considers all of the UK's proposals unsatisfactory, and focusing on Britain's separation payment and other immediate Brexit conditions rather than possible post-Brexit trade opportunities.

Yet, despite this, Prime Minister May will use her appearance at October's European summit to appeal to leaders of EU member states to approve the beginning of trade talks in October, as originally scheduled, the Times reports.

Although Brexit negotiating rounds are scheduled in week-long blocks, most British officials didn't arrive in Brussels until mid-morning on Tuesday and a concluding press conference is slated for Thursday lunchtime.

The European Commission president, Jean Claude Juncker has criticised the UK's Brexit negotiations, saying none of the papers provided so far are satisfactory.

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He emphasized that the European Union needs to know how much Britain is willing to pay as its exit fee.

THERESA May has hit back at inflexible Brussels chiefs for not coming up with ideas about how to resolve Brexit problems, as talks continue to stall.

More than 70% of voters think it would be unacceptable for Britain to agree to pay a bill of more than £30 billion as part of its withdrawal from the EU.

He said, "We can't mix things up" and insisted "first resolve the past before imagining the future".

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His rebuke over the approach taken by Mrs May and Brexit Secretary David Davis came after the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said he was concerned about the lack of clarity and insisted: 'We must start negotiating seriously'.

But he warned that progressing to discuss the future relationship between both sides from October, as envisaged by the British government, was looking unlikely.

The future of Brexit negotiations depends on the ruling Tories' determination to enforce their divorce agenda, the progress on the British-US trade deal, and the EU's expectations in terms of the exit fee.

The European Council's negotiating plan says the talks must be conducted "as a single package" where "individual items can not be settled separately".

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The atmosphere of hostility was stoked by Mr Juncker as he responded to the recent slew of United Kingdom position papers by suggesting that "none" of the documents published over the last fortnight "is actually satisfactory".