UK's Lidington: Alternatives to May’s Brexit deal have some drawbacks
UK PM Theresa May’s Deputy David Lidington was out on the wires in the last hour, via Reuters, saying that PM will spend the next days and weeks to talk further to the EU counterparts and seek reassurances that are needed by lawmakers.
• Would have been surprising if EU leaders agreed on everything at the council meeting.
• EU leaders gave a "very, very clear" commitment to negotiate trade deal quickly.
• Alternatives to May's Brexit deal have some drawbacks.