Mrs May told BBC Radio 4's Today that the negotiations would be complicated and that while "life is going to be different in the future". Elsewhere, Davis branded the European Union as a "ponderous" organisation, arguing that the UK's split from the economic and political bloc will "massively" increase the government's agility and ability to deal with financial threats and economic opportunities.
Did you use that $916 million loss to avoid paying personal federal income taxes for years? Unlike other presidential nominees, however, he has declined to release his complete tax returns, citing a continuing audit. He could "carry forward" that loss to offset income earned in future years, Buffett said - a move that Trump himself has said is simply smart business practice.
Have I been in every locker room? No. I apologise to the American people. Tamme had had enough as he watched the debate after the Falcons' victory over Denver. Later, after multiple follow-up questions, he brought out a carefully prepared response: several women's stories of being sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton.
Nanchang, the capital of east China's Jiangxi province, on Saturday put restrictions on the number of new homes that people can purchase in some districts, and increased the required down payment for first-time buyers to 30 percent from 20 percent, the official Xinhua news agency said.
Several called for his resignation. The stock is trading at its lowest since early 2014. Michael Capuano, a Democratic lawmaker from MA, compared the actions of Wells Fargo , the United States' third-largest bank by assets, to those of a man who recently robbed one of that institution's branches.
And Davis today said: "We will set about making sure that the things that people are worrying about like passporting are resolved, there's no question there". The demands are contradictory for European leaders, who have emphasised that access to the single market is dependent on allowing free movement of workers.