French President François Hollande said Wednesday that Britain's vote to leave the EU should not change a deal to stop migrants crossing the Channel, which led to many being stuck at camps in Calais.
Plans to force remaining EU nations to adopt the single currency and complete a monetary union could be set to cause uproar among member states.
EU leaders will press the British prime minister to waste no time triggering his country’s divorce from the bloc at a tense summit on Tuesday, seeking to stave off the threat of prolonged instability in the wake of last week's Brexit vote.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls on Sunday blasted a planned EU-US trade treaty, saying the ambitious deal was against “EU interests”.
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