the Law around the british goodbye to the EU is screwed to together, to the date of the divorce can be postponed. But it must in that case be done on the british initiative.
It explains the Danish prime minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen (V), according to the british newspaper the Guardian has reported that the EU had to be ready to postpone the date of brexit for July.
Loop warns, however, against speculating about what should happen, if the british House of commons by a vote on Tuesday to reject the terms, as prime minister, Theresa May has negotiated.
- I and all my colleagues will do the utmost to avoid that it ends in the disaster, as a 'hard brexit' will be, says the Loop, on Monday, participating in a conference at the think tank Europe.
- If you must avoid a 'hard brexit' by the end of march, it will easiest be to approve the agreement. But otherwise it is great Britain who will say that they need more time.
- So should it be, because the Uk could say what the more time will be used for.
Loop calls for the british politicians are working better together, what to put instead of Mays agreed divorce, if not approved.
May have even rejected all speculation that brexit will be exposed. The uk leaving the EU 29. march, states she Monday.
And the deadline is not just an important date for the british. The Danish government is also working to prepare for the big samhandelspartners goodbye. Among other things, as regards customs duties and conditions for british nationals in Denmark.
This will create bumps and delays and barriers. But we are as prepared as you can be, " says Loop.
the Prime minister points out, incidentally, that the subject reaches 25 years old this year. They stand as a model for how a country handles the process of getting finalized an agreement with the EU, believes the Loop.
But the special defense is the time during from the, he believes.
- It would suit us to get rid of it, says the Loop in his speech at the conference of the think tank Europe.
But, he acknowledges in almost the same breath, that there is no majority in the Danish Parliament to take a referendum on the reservation.