Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said he expected Britain and the European Union to progress soon into the next phase of Brexit negotiations, despite Prime Minister Theresa May's problems in getting the political backing at home to move ahead.
A tentative agreement with Dublin to keep the bloc's rules in Northern Ireland angered Mrs May's allies in Belfast, the Democratic Unionist Party.
Adkins replaces Slutsky as manager of Irvine's Hull
The duo will take first-team training this morning, as they prepare Hull for Saturday's clash with Brentford at the KCOM Stadium. Adkins joined Reading in 2013 but was sacked at the end of 2014 with the club well adrift of the Championship playoff spots.
For his part, Mr Rajoy said Britain can count on Spain's loyal and honest friendship.
The leaders of 27 EU countries are due to convene on December 14 to discuss whether the negotiations have seen enough progress for the second phase, which will shape Britain's future relations with the union, to proceed.
Atlanta mayor's race too close to call
But we should allow Bottoms to begin her term with a clean slate, and prove to her constituents, why she deserved to win the race. A candidate in Atlanta's mayoral race is calling for a recount after voters delivered a almost split decision Tuesday night.
The UK Prime Minister has reiterated her support for the central Spanish government in the ongoing dispute over Catalonia.
According to the statement, the prime ministers also spoke about the threat from Russian Federation, increasing counter-terrorism co-operation and efforts to repatriate people smuggled to Europe from Libya.
No. 2 Kansas handed first defeat of season by Washington
Though it wasn't technically a home game for Kansas , the Jayhawks had won 35 of their last 44 games played at the Sprint Center. Junior guard Lagerald Vick scored a career-high 28 points, but Kansas (7-1) got little offensive help elsewhere.