Britain and the EU have started a new round of fraught Brexit negotiations on Monday, with Brussels pressing weakened British Prime Minister Theresa May to quickly set out her divorce strategy. Brexit minister David Davis traveled to Brussels to meet Michel Barnier, the EU's chief negotiator, for a second round of hugely complex haggling on Britain's withdrawal from the bloc, scheduled for March 2019. Davis said the focus would be the sensitive issue of citizens rights, and that "real progress" was paramount. The tensions have shaken the British government, which on Thursday introduced the draft law that would formally put an end to Britain's membership in the European Union.

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