Speaking alongside EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier as they arrived for talks at the European Commission, Mr Davis said he expected "challenging times ahead" in talks expected to stretch for around 16-18 months ahead of the UK's withdrawal from the EU in 2019.
European Commission official Mr Barnier warned the United Kingdom faced "substantial" consequences as a result of Brexit but insisted it was "not about punishment" or revenge. The negotiations have been called the most complex in Britain's history as it unravels 44 years of membership and its threat to walk out with no deal in place has anxious European capitals.
European Union diplomats hope this first meeting, and a Brussels summit on Thursday and Friday where Theresa May will meet fellow European Union leaders, will improve the mood after some spiky exchanges.
Mr Barnier spoke at a press conference after the first day to confirm that settling priority issues would build trust on which to negotiate a new relationship.
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Macron, a committed pro-EU leader and ally of Merkel, also easily won French legislative elections on Sunday, cementing his power base.
Still, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson remained upbeat Monday and thinks that the Brexit negotiations will yield "a happy resolution that can be done with profit and honor for both sides".
A general election wiped out May's parliamentary majority earlier this month and her position has been weakened further in the wake of a deadly fire in a London apartment building.
Working groups will be set up to focus on three key areas - the status of EU citizens living in Britain and British citizens living in the EU; the divorce bill for Britain; and the future of the Northern Irish border with EU member Ireland.
The EU said it was also looking for a good compromise.
May's election debacle has revived feuding over Europe among Conservatives that her predecessor David Cameron hoped to end by calling the referendum and leaves European Union leaders unclear on her plan for a "global Britain" which majority regard as pure folly.
She said: "During the election I was very clear on the idea of a hard Brexit where we lost out on access to the single market and protection for the rights of Europeans here and our residents". Having said last Friday said that Brexit needed to be handled in a "pragmatic" way, yesterday he said Britain would still be leaving the EU's Customs union, but added that "transitional structures" would be needed to smooth that departure.
Only when "sufficient progress" is made on these matters is Barnier willing to turn to the "bold and ambitious" trade deal that May wants, a pivot most doubt is unlikely to happen much before October.
May's chancellor Philip Hammond became the first distanced himself from May's hardline position yesterday, saying that crashing out of the European Union without a deal would be "very, very bad" for Britain.
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The two companies have also reached an agreement to collaborate on securing additional third-party fleet servicing agreements. Airbus chief Fabrice Bregier said on Monday the company was in talks with several potential customers for the upgraded plane.
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Doctors immediately performed surgery, but additional operations will be required, the hospital said in the late-night statement. Bailey was spotted Friday in the Capitol, on crutches and out of uniform, accepting congratulations from fellow officers.
Sekulow again repeated that he can not read minds. "You're asking me now questions about what people are thinking in their minds", Sekulow told Wallace . "No, he's not being investigated", Sekulow interjected.
Officials are using dental records, fingerprints, DNA samples, tattoos and scars to try and positively identify victims. One of the family's daughters said the community had been "very nice" and the family were getting help.
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Gunmen killed 8 Afghan guards of a US base
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He celebrated with an extravagant twirl of his bat and kissed the turf as the Pakistan supporters sensed an unlikely win. His transformation into a hero was complete as his final tally was six overs, two maidens, 16 runs and three wickets.
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