As the British prime minister awaits for the non-confidence vote in the House of Commons, EU officials are preparing for a two-day summit in Brussels with British Prime Minister Theresa May only days after the latter survived a leadership challenge in the UK's House of Commons following a revolt by her own party in relation to her agreeing to a Brexit deal that has sharply divided both the "Leave" and "Remain" camps in Britain's Brexit debate.

"We expect May to tell the leaders about the inte...


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