The Brexit negotiations have failed so far, ostensibly to the red lines in London. But with growing concern before a hard Brexit, the willingness to rethink self-imposed limits is also increasing in the EU.
After the rejection of the Brexit Treaty through the British Parliament the risk of a hard Brexit is as big as never before. The fronts in the negotiations have hardened in the question of free movement of workers. In front of a an EU-exit without exit of the Treaty Commission's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier warned yesterday before the European Parliament in Strasbourg. The EU-Commission to intensify therefore, your efforts to be on the case of a chaotic Brexit prepared.
But you could certainly negotiate with the United Kingdom, Barnier provided that a cross-party majority in the British house of Commons would be interested in a close EU relationship and ready from the previous so-called red lines move away.
Guy Verhofstadt, Brexit-negotiator of the European Parliament, called on the British MPs to leave the party political trenches.Four fundamental freedoms of the EU
the Brexit-negotiators of the EU Parliament, Guy Verhofstadt, called on the British MPs to leave the party political trenches and to revise the existing definitions of their "red lines".
Verhofstadt was mainly on the current British rejection of the free movement of workers. It is one of the four basic freedoms of the EU and makes it possible for workers to live there and there is her Job to pursue, where you want it in the EU. This red line had been of the hard-liners in the conservative party of Prime Minister Theresa May is defined, said Verhofstadt.
If but would dissociate in the UK a cross-Party majority of these self-drawn boundaries - and in particular of the resistance to the immigration of labour from the EU, then the willingness to negotiate in Brussels is great. Both Barnier, as well as in the case of Verhofstadt.