A new Brexit-fate week begins. But while to hear from the Opposition at least cautiously optimistic tones are coming from the hard-liners from Mays party threats.
With a cautious optimism is Rebecca Long-Bailey in the new week. It belongs to the small negotiating team of the opposition Labour party, which advises the government on a common way out of the cul-de-SAC. The mood at the talks was positive and hopeful, she had to say, says Long-Bailey.
Many of the jokes would not be made. But there is commitment and the will to compromise on both sides. That alone will not, however, rich, Long-Bailey. "The Sad thing is that we have seen from the government, no real movement. This is disappointing. The Prime Minister will have to say goodbye to your red lines. If that happens, the next few days."
The Labour peak in Brexit talks."Brexit seems to slip out of your Hand
" A very dark red line is likely to be the customs Union, the main demand of Labour, and so far No-Go Area for the government. A core of the customs agreement put Yes in the negotiated Deal, says Andrea Leadsom, moderate Brexit-supporter and important member of the Cabinet of Theresa May. Everything else you need to see exactly what is meant. "There are many different types, and the discussions are going. In the end, it is important that we come out actually from the European Union. We are now at a point where the whole Brexit threatens to slip out of your hands."
This is also the fear of Brexit-a Hardliner. That the country might still be months - or even years in the European Union remains, for it is a horrible idea. Jacob Rees-Mogg, one of the toughest hardliners, threatens already: If that's so, then you must be the most difficult possible member.Re-vote on different options?
The European Union's actions were by no means cooperative, Rees-Mogg, because you try with the Backstop, the unity of the country to break apart. Therefore, the UK is not obliged to cooperate. "If the new multi-annual budget plan on the table and we are still here, then that's only every seven years, the recurring possibility of our Veto. Also, the plans of Mr Macron for a closer integration of the European Union to grow, we could stop."
For the next few days the negotiating teams of the government and the Labour have their schedule held. The talks should not lead to a compromise, then the government wants to leave again in the Parliament on various options to the vote - this week. You will feel at the result is tied, promises the Prime Minister May.
On Wednesday will tell the EU how it should proceed. As of today the UK is leaving on Friday, the European Union.
Cautious optimism in Brexit talks
Thomas Spickhofen, ARD London
07.04.2019 22:52 PM
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