The British Prime Minister is coming today, once again, to Brussels. What are the chances that Brexit in terms of what New out there? Bad - even if some of it is happening.
Again, "Groundhog Day", and scoff at the Hard-boiled among the Brussels-based observers encounter the seriousness of the situation with the Anglo-Saxon sense of Humor. A day on which the Groundhog greets - respectively, the British head of government, as in the US film Comedy from 1993. But it is also a day on which, probably, nothing really New happens.
once again, Theresa May comes across the English channel, in conversation with EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and EU Council President Donald Tusk last game rooms to explore for an orderly Brexit. The Whole exactly 50 days before the expiry of the deadline.
May and Juncker at a Meeting in mid-December - at the time, obviously in a good mood."Alternative arrangements"
That they get in their own country but yet a sufficiently strong majority in favour of a kind of Deal - as daring felt hope had spread, the Prime Minister May, last week, after another round of voting in the lower house, yet brave. And she had announced that she was going to travel with the mission to Brussels, "alternative arrangements" for the so-called Backstop to negotiate. You'll 13 the Parliament then on. February, so next Wednesday, to be present. The only Problem is: from the EU point of view, the time of the negotiation is far from over.