European Council President Donald Tusk warned politicians in the bloc and the U.K. not to give up on efforts to break the Brexit deadlock, even though they're all tired of the protracted divorce.
"On both sides of the Channel, everyone, including myself, is exhausted by Brexit," Tusk told the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France. "However, this is not an excuse to say 'let's get it over with.'"
The EU last week gave Prime Minister Theresa May an extra seven months--until Oct. 31--to persuade the U.K. Parliament to pass the Brexit deal that the two sides struck in November. British lawmakers have rejected the agreement three times, and May has now started talks with the opposition Labour Party to try to break the impasse.