The British house of Commons voted yesterday in with two amendments to the echtscheidingsakkoord that prime minister Theresa May has previously concluded with the European negotiators. the
One of these sends May back to Brussels, to a crucial point from that agreement to renegotiate. It comes to the Irish backstop, the safety net that border controls between the Irish republic and Northern Ireland should avoid if after the brexit is not a new trade deal is. That should see them to be replaced by "alternative arrangements".
Europe react coldly to. European president Donald Tusk said yesterday that the terugtrekkingsakkoord not re-negotiated. Prime minister Charles Michel is participating in. the
"The British should be realistic. We have an agreement negotiated, and that is a good agreement, the best possible agreement. I don't have the impression that it is realistic if one thinks that the 27 other member states in the following weeks, the European economic and social interests, suddenly could not defend," he said this afternoon for the start of a Holocaust memorial in the European parliament.