Brexit: EMMANUEL MACRON SAID RENEGOTIATING DEAL ‘NOT AN OPTION’
The French President Emmanuel Macron said renegotiating deal isn’t on the table, this came prior to Mr. Macron’s meeting with Boris Johnson later today. Meanwhile, Boris Johnson had yesterday met with the German Chancellor ‘Angela Merkel’ in order to find a solution to the issue of the backstop which seems unlikely.
Responding to this development, the French President Emmanuel Macron insisted that reopening negotiations deal is “not an option”.
“We have to help the British deal with this internal democratic crisis but we mustn’t be hostage to it nor export it”. Macron added.
Meanwhile, the British prime minister ‘Boris Johnson’ pointed at the backstop, aimed to prevent a
The backstop would rather see Northern Ireland aligned to certain rules of the European Union single market on the basis of its implementation. While, in another dimension, the united kingdom would stay in a customs single territory with the EU – should their not be a trade agreement between the European Union and
Should there be a workable plan for the United Kingdom? ‘Angela Merkel’ said on Wednesday, the truth is for the
The EU has thrown the door open, adding that it will be willing to “improve” the political declaration, which is understood that sets out UK – EU future relationship, adding that the withdrawal deal that includes the backstop – negotiated by ‘Theresa May’ cannot be changed.
Based on this, Mrs. Merkel has insisted withdrawal agreement need not be reopened if a practical solution would be effected to the backstop. But that could be achieved within 30 days.
“I think that if we approach this with sufficient patience and optimism we can get this done and it is in the final furlong generally when the horses change places and the winning deal appears”, Boris Johnson added.
Drifting from what Emmanuel Macron said about Brexit, ‘David Davis’ in Today programme said that he thought the odds on that outcome were now “50/50”, adding that it’s now “a high probability”. It’s equally understood there will be turbulence and a
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