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The Prime Minister objected to attempts to sideline the UK almost as soon as her debut EU summit began, Sky News understands.
Theresa May intervened at the start of the conference on Thursday afternoon to register her difficulty at the European Union trying to decide future policy in the absence of the UK.
She said the UK would refuse to "rubber-stamp" decisions made during meetings of the remaining 27 European Union nations - a reference to an "informal" summit held in Bratislava in September, the first without Britain for 43 years.