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The Belgian, an arch-federalist who wants to see a ‘United States of Europe’, suggested that Britain would lose its influence on the world stage after leaving the EU.‘The world of tomorrow, is a world of empires,’ he said.

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The Prime Minister has said the UK will honour its commitments under the EU budget to 2020, thought to be around £18billion, so no other EU country will ‘pay more or receive less’ as a result of Brexit.

Prime Minister Theresa May has said the UK will honour its commitments under the EU budget to 2020, thought to be around £18billion, so no other EU country will ‘pay more or receive less’ as a result of Brexit But Mr Verhofstadt said Britain’s financial obligations could run beyond the budget period.

There is also a fast-track option known as naturalisation.

In the past, applicants could apply if they had lived in Belgium for three years and could prove “true ties” with the nation of 11 million people.

He said they were being dragged out of the EU ‘against their will’.

While accepting that politicians have to ‘respect the outcome of the referendum’, he argued there is no longer a majority of people in the UK who want to leave and even claimed that the 48 per cent of people who voted was ‘a minority you can’t ignore’.

But he added that it could be weeks, maybe even months, ‘before we are able to say there has been sufficient progress’.

Brexit minister David Davis, referring to concessions made by both sides, said that ‘decisive steps forward’ were taken during the negotiating round that finished yesterday. In a move aimed at driving talks ahead, he said EU rules on citizens’ rights would have ‘direct effect’ in UK courts after Brexit.

After negotiations in Brussels appeared to be finally moving forward yesterday morning, Belgian MEP Guy Verhofstadt stoked tensions again by delivering an inflammatory speech arguing that many Brexit voters now regret their decision.

Following months of stalemate, European Commission chief negotiator Michel Barnier had praised the Prime Minister’s speech in Florence last week for creating a ‘new dynamic’ at the negotiating table.

The French luxury goods magnate Bernard Arnault was among those rebuffed.

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