is Only being discussed behind the Scenes in the European Union, a shift in the UK's exit date. The official line from the EU negotiator, Michel Barnier, is it after the British rejection of the deal with the EU, London on the 29.March also to allow more time, which is why the EU is pushing their contingency plans for a disorderly Brexit. It had been negotiated a year and a half and that is enough, it is called in EU circles. A new location there when in London for new elections, or a new Referendum will be decided. Then, it is conceivable to move the Brexitdatum to six to eight weeks.
A larger time the European elections of 23 allow. to 26.May not. To this vote the United Kingdom will not participate. This means: If the newly-elected European members of Parliament present at the beginning of July in Strasbourg for the first session of the week, you must the UK leave the EU. Elmar Brok (CDU) made it clear that there can be no compromise: "would Otherwise be free to decide for British members is inevitably about whom the Parliament, as the President of the EU Commission to propose, and then perhaps with the a few weeks later, completed Brexit final out of the dust. It can't be done.“
Manfred Weber (CSU): "please, Please, please tell us what you want to achieve,"
Barnier, and other speakers in the debate have already made it clear that the exit agreement and the intention is not to be a Declaration on future relations, the last word in Brussels. Rather, they constitute a compromise between London and Brussels, have focused on the red lines drawn by the British Prime Minister for the negotiations. The red lines of the British government, should be considered different, whether the EU is ready to change their Position.
Even more significant, Elmar Brok (CDU), a senior member of Parliament in Strasbourg and Brexitbeauftragter of Parliament: May to his analysis, was able to provide a constructive solution to propose. He calls on Labour leader and leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, to organize in the British Parliament "a majority for the whereabouts of great Britain in the customs Union with the EU".More about
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there is Also Manfred Weber (CSU), the top candidate of Europe's Christian demo cards for the European elections, looks at London on the train: "The Ball is in the field of the UK Parliament." All of the 27 governments of the EU member States have approved the Treaty, only the British house of Commons say "no". Now the house take a stand should Please: "please, please tell us what you want to achieve." Both Weber as well as Mr Barnier is not, however, make clear that the EU is also in the chaotic situation of the threat of a chaotic exit to large concessions.