achievements in Brexit talks? . Head of the Labour party Corbyn expected that Prime May change their "red lines". The Irish head of government, Varadkar expects that the EU will agree to a Brexit-shift.
In wrestling with a solution to the Brexit crisis, the British government and the Opposition keep running on the spot. Head of the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn called on the Prime Minister Theresa May to move your "red lines". He, wait Corbyn said in the BBC. He hope that in the new week in the Parliament a decision is not the case, in order for it to come to a hard exit of the United Kingdom from the EU.
More flexibility is also called for a Labour politician Diane Abbott, in a BBC Interview: "There is no question that the mess in which we are stuck is the confusion of Theresa May." Labour wants to maintain, among other things, the customs Union with the European Union.
have to explain next week at the EU summit, as you want a solution in the Brexit-armed reach: the Prime Minister May.
The British Chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond showed, however, confident that the talks with the Opposition could have success. The discussions with the Labour party would go on, he said at a Meeting of EU Finance Ministers in Romania's capital, Bucharest. "I am optimistic that we will reach some kind of Agreement." The government's approach was to go without "red lines" and disinterested in the talks.
The agreement, which was is May with the EU, was in the British Parliament three Times already. The Alternative to may's concept, which had brought members of Parliament, failed. At the beginning of the week, the Prime Minister appealed directly to Labour, to talk about compromises to their Brexit Deal.
Potential compromises are, however, limits the EU. The with May negotiated agreement consists of the Treaty on the outlet, and a document on the future relations of the British to the EU. Changes to the text of the Treaty includes the EU, the political explanation, however, could still be changed.