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challenging her more cautious approach and exposing the fault lines in her party and government.EU negotiators are also frustrated with what they see as Britain’s policy drift At talks in August British officials spent almost three hours picking holes in the legal basis for the bill that the EU expects London to pay to leave Sources familiar with the presentation — so detailed it stretched for 11 pages and was illustrated with 23 slides — called it a show of legal muscle But as Brexit minister David Davis said the meeting was even “tetchier than the one before” “The reason lawyers gave a two-and-a-half hour presentation is because no government minister had made a decision on policy” said Andrew Hood who was a legal adviser to former prime minister David Cameron and still has contact with lawyers in several government departments The August talks were almost cancelled by the EU side because of Britain’s lack of position Hood told Reuters “I always thought when I was in the foreign office that if you ever need to revert to lawyers you’ve probably lost” he said Hood now advises companies on their Brexit strategy for law firm Dechert but took part in meetings with the EU under Cameron who resigned last year after Britons voted for Brexit The financial settlement with Brussels is one of the most difficult parts of the Brexit negotiations but the lack of movement so far on even the mechanics of how to calculate the sum shows the difficulties facing Britain RIFTS SPLITS AND FRUSTRATION May is walking a tightrope between hardline Conservative Brexit supporters who want to make sure any payment is as small as possible and some top ministers who believe Britain must pay to keep ties as close as possible Until now she has largely let her government do the talking by setting out a wishlist for future relations with the bloc that aims for the closest of ties without the costs May has also stuck to a belief that by playing her cards close to her chest Britain will force EU negotiators into concessions But her silence has allowed other voices to emerge The main opposition Labour Party says it would keep Britain in the single European market and customs union during a transitional period the Liberal Democrats are demanding a second referendum and the Scottish National Party wants Scotland to remain part of the EU Their opposition is to be expected but criticism from May’s own team is not and has raised eyebrows In a weekend newspaper article Johnson wrote that he did not expect Britain to pay for access to the EU’s market putting him at odds with finance minister Philip Hammond and May who has spoken of paying in At the August talks left without clear policy direction Davis and his team’s detailed dissection of the EU’s arguments on the Brexit bill left the bloc’s main negotiator Michel Barnier wondering whether “we can build trust and start discussing a future relationship” Weeks earlier a former aide to May had praised the emerging agreement in her cabinet over the need for a transition deal and a divorce settlement — something that seemed remote after last year’s Brexit referendum But though there may be agreement on this in principle the difference lies in the detail and has opened a deep rift Hammond wants a transition as close as possible to the status quo while others such as trade minister Liam Fox do not want to stay in the single market or pay for access Pro-Brexit lawmakers have also balked at suggestions Britain should pay 60 billion euros ($72 billion) for the divorce and May’s aides have poured cold water on reports that there could be a compromise to reduce the headline figure by paying 10 billion pounds a year to the EU during a transition In a move that appeared intended to tighten her control over the Brexit talks May appointed the top official at the Brexit ministry as her EU adviser on Monday But resetting the talks is a tough order and aides are silent on whether May will use the Florence speech to try to break the deadlock on the financial settlement Officials in Brussels are not holding their breath “The EU has taken the black veil off and is getting on with its life” one EU official said after the August talks “The Brits are either completely overconfident or completely overwhelmed” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pranav Kulkarni | Pune | Published: April 27 2011 2:37 am Related News The National Defence Academy (NDA) is attracting fewer and fewer candidates from home turf Maharashtra NDA data shows that cadets who joined the prestigious defence institution from Maharashtra has hit an all-time low of 12 in the 124th coursewhich started last August This worse than the 36 that batch no 120 and 123 saw or 27 and 19 respectively in the 121st and 122nd courses …It is high time the state realises what kind of an institution lies in their backyard? 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