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Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has urged the EU not to mistake British politeness for weakness after Brexit negotiations reached an impasse. After rejecting the UK's proposals, Donald Tusk, head of the European Council, posted a provocative picture on Instagram featuring UK PM Theresa May "cherry-picking" a cake. Mr Tusk has since said he admires Mrs May, and a compromise is possible. But Mr Hunt said Mr Tusk needed to avoid "revving up" the situation. blockchain Support Number He insisted it was time for people in the EU "to step back from the abyss" of a no-deal Brexit, to "sit down and to talk to us about how we can make these sensible, concrete proposals actually work". Mrs May tried to sell her proposals for the UK's future relationship with the EU at a summit in Salzburg, Austria, this week. The plan - the so-called Chequers agreement - was agreed by the UK government in July. But EU leaders rejected a major part of her plan, saying the new economic partnership she had put forward would "not work" and risked "undermining the single market". Mrs May later delivered a televised statement in Downing Street in which she said the EU's rejection of her plan without offering an alternative was "unacceptable". She also made it clear she was ready to walk away from the negotiations rather than accept a "bad deal". Brexit: What happens next? All you need to know about Brexit What's behind Tusk's Instagram diplomacy? On Saturday, Mr Hunt said the UK was still waiting for a "detailed response" from the EU and criticised its approach to negotiations so far. "What Theresa May is saying is 'don't mistake British politeness for weakness'," he told BBC Radio 4's Today programme. "If you put us in a difficult corner, we will stand our ground - that is the kind of country we are." In a reference to Mr Tusk's Instagram post and French President Emmanuel Macron's comment that Brexit campaigners were liars, Mr Hunt added: "Insulting her on social media, getting to these stand-offs where you are calling people liars and so on is not the way we are going to get a solution to this difficult situation." Image caption Dona

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