Tusk said he was confident a deal would be done, and several commentators speculated the EU may have been deliberately critical in order to force a crisis that would help bring negotiations to a close.
But one reporter at the press conference said May was “visibly angry and shaking throughout it”. Another described her as “visibly nervous”, and a third called her angry and “clearly rattled”.
On the issue of keeping the Northern Irish border open and "frictionless", to avoid a visible border that would risk reigniting old tensions, May said the UK’s proposal was “the only serious and credibly proposition on the table for achieving that objective”.
“If the political will is there on the other side I am confident we will reach a deal which is in the EU’s interests as well as the UK’s,” she said.
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