New EU leadership won’t change course on Brexit: Tusk

European Union (EU) Council President Donald Tusk speaks to the media about the US elections at the EU Council building in Brussels on November 9, 2016. Political novice and former reality TV star Donald Trump has defeated Hillary Clinton to take the US presidency, stunning America and the world in an explosive upset fueled by a wave of grassroots anger. EU leaders Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker invited him to an EU-US summit at his "earliest convenience" to seek reassurances about transatlantic ties. / AFP / THIERRY CHARLIER (Photo credit should read THIERRY CHARLIER/AFP/Getty Images)

European Council President Donald Tusk has said, the bloc’s new leadership would not change course and offer concessions on the Brexit deal struck with London. Tusk said a change in leadership did not mean a change of approach.

Boris JohnsoBoris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt, running to succeed British Prime Minister Theresa May said earlier that they wanted to renegotiate Brexit deal with European Union.

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