The main British opposition party, Labour introduced the recent days of talks with the British government to find a way out from the deadlock on the brexit, the abandonment by Great Britain of the European Union. The socialist party regrets that there is no "real change" is in the position of the government.also Read Theresa May, requested an extension brexit until 30 June, European leaders reluctant
"We are disappointed that the government is neither a true change nor a compromise represents," said the spokesman of the Labour in a press release. "We call on the prime minister to make actual changes to its agreement so that there is an alternative possible is that the support of the parliament and put the country back on a single line can bring.”
This is similar to when I with PM on Wednesday. She wanted to know where we could compromise, but refused to notice any compromise she might make. It is a bizarre approach from someone who made great play of wanting to find a consensus - and has just wasted yet more time. https://t.co/F9zQMSPuWnNicola Sturgeon(@ NicolaSturgeon) link
The experiences of Labour correspond to those of the Scottish prime minister Nicola Sturgeon, who Wednesday on a visit was in May. “They wanted to know if we have a compromise could be close, but did not then know what compromise they would agree, can go”, let Sturgeon know, “it is a bizarre approach from someone who is a lot of showoff has been made about its willingness to establish a consensus to be found, but in the end more time missed.”“France, Spain and Belgium ready for no-deal”
The British prime minister, Theresa May was asked today in a letter to European president Donald Tusk to the postponement of the brexit until 30 June of this year. Several European leaders are, however, not just plan May delay service. The request is “a bit premature”, it fell earlier in the day to hear in the surroundings of the French president, Emmanuel Macron. France first wants a “credible plan” of the British government.