Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull told his British counterpart Theresa May he would like to see the two countries strike a free trade deal as soon as possible following Britain's vote to leave the EU, May's office said on Sunday.
The two leaders had spoken on Saturday to discuss their priorities after May took office on Wednesday and Turnbull retained power a week ago in a national election.
Turnbull had congratulated May, her office said in a statement, and "expressed a desire to strike a free trade deal as soon as possible".
Du libéralisme (ou pas ?) en Angleterre
Posté 17/07/2016 - 12:51
"Il a la fonction vitale de rappeler chaque jour à quel point la démocratie est une merde." neuneu2k
"You see, that's the whole point of being the government. If you don't like something you simply make up a new law that makes it illegal."
Posté 19/07/2016 - 10:43
Theresa May does not hesitate to say she would kill '100,000 men, women and children' with a nuclear bomb
Previous prime ministers have avoided answering the hypothetical question of whether they would ever press the nuclear button
On devrait poser la même question à Hollande
Posté 22/07/2016 - 13:22
Oui mais il change de sens.
garde est un mot qui existe en français au masculin ET au feminin
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