"MADRID. Mays request for more time and the EU's offer of a flexible deadline shows that both desperately trying to avoid the brits crashing out of EUROPE next week or in the future.nany is the fervent tired of the shilly-shallying, but at the same time avoid an economic disaster that will hit both the british and the EU's other 27 members."
"You could say that the EU should speak with double tongues. nthis past week, the warnings rained down from Brussels, that the british are forced to leave without an agreement. This in the hope that the press would be so hard on the british politicians to find a solution that they would eventually manage to come to an agreement."
"But when it's not been done, and the precipice is approaching, and it changes the EU's tone.nyou don't know what all of the 27 member states think the EU president Donald Tusks offer a flexible brexit where the british may have a year to find a solution but can leave with short notice if they approve the negotiated agreement, shows that the EU almost do anything to avoid a british crash."
"the Reason is simple. If the brits fall out over the precipice, without a contract so it affects also the EUROPEAN union. Chaos at the borders when it comes to both goods and passenger transport affects everyone. In addition, the EU is missing out on the more than 400 billion which the british must pay compensation for the divorce.nStorbritanniens own economic expertise tracks to the uk growth decreases by ten percent if uncontrolled crashes out of the EU. Also the 27 EU countries, growth will suffer."
"In Spain, where I currently find myself worried about the farmers along the costa del sol for who is going to buy their greenhouse-cultivated fresh vegetables in the case that the british will have to start paying customs duties. And how is it going with the house prices in the south of Spain where well-heeled brits are beginning to sell of their holdings if they no longer reside freely within the EUROPEAN union?"
"Each country has its reasons to worry while everyone is frustrated and annoyed by the chaos in London.nEn british crash could be the trigger for the economic recession in Europe that could spread to the entire world economy.regulation can, of course, say for sure what will happen. But who wants to take the risk?night leave with a deal is so much better for all parties. At least in the medium term."
"Theresa May was not any other option than to request a further extension. She knows that the only a majority in the house of commons agree on is that at any price ban to the country leave without a contract. Britain will be forced to set up in the EU elections, it is a geographical for her but the only one in line and no neither she or the british can't live with.nto end of May, has now started negotiations with the labour leader Jeremy Corbyn about a softer brexit as a majority can endorse. But the chance that the two bitter enemies really should be able to agree is not excessively large. Corbyns only goal so far has been to force a new election. He belongs to the eurosceptic wing of the labour party."
"The only thing May can hope for is that the threat of a softer brexit should get brexitanhängarna in her party to finally crawl to the cross and to approve her contract in a possible fourth vote sometime in the next few weeks."
"But if the EU really provides a long and flexible deadline, so it seems to the opposite direction. The more time the british politicians get on the longer it will likely to their internal bickering to continue.nJust now there is not much that speaks to Mays's request for an extension to 30 June is sufficient to deliver an orderly brexit.nMen do not count nor with the brits crashing out in a week, on 12 april"