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Theresa May launches the final sprint in Brussels

Its first meeting in Brussels had Theresa May with EUROPEAN commission president Jean-Claude Juncker. The discussions between them during the over hour-long meeting was “robust, but constructive”, according to a jointly released statement. On diplomatspråk it means that you not at all agree.

Just as before to Theresa May to have guarantees that the Uk will not get stuck in some kind of eternal EU-trap about the country going with our backup plan is going for the border on the irish island. She believes now that she has a majority in his own parliament with him on the line.

pointed out she worries that exist in the british parliament about the border and introduced to the different possibilities to deal with the turmoil. What these opportunities or proposals could be mentioned not in the statement.

Jean-Claude Juncker is continued equally clear that the other 27 member states will not tear up and renegotiate the actual utträdesavtalet. In addition, he underlines that all EU decisions must be unanimous. Later in the afternoon he tweeted, ”Still no breakthrough in sight. The talks will continue.”

But the Juncker stresses that the EU is ready to enter in the agreement on the Brexit that when it comes to future cooperation to the member states to be “more ambitious when it comes to content and speed”. The remaining 27 EU member states would not pull out in time to get to the collaboration with the british.

met with Theresa May, also the representatives of the european Parliament, the Brexitförhandlaren Michel Barnier and the president of the European council Donald Tusk.

Despite the fact that Brexitdagen 29 march draws near, and that the risk thus increases that the Uk will leave the EU without agreement, stresses both the EU side as Theresa May that they want to have an orderly exit.

the Meetings in Brussels can therefore be seen as the starting point for the final push needed to really get a deal in place in time.

Theresa May visited earlier in the week northern Ireland. On Friday, she is in Dublin for talks with the prime minister, mr Leo Varadkar, who play a crucial role in the outcome and who have hitherto had the full support of the other countries.

the new appointments in the French Strasbourg in connection with the EU-parliament has a session there. Then the EU Brexitförhandlare Michel Barnier and Brexitminister Steve Barclay meet.

From the EU has long called for a clear position from the british over what exactly is needed for the already-negotiated Brexitavtalet should be able to be approved in parliament.

the British house of commons is deeply divided between members who want to have a new referendum and stay in the EU and those who want to leave the brand without a contract.

party leader Jeremy Corbyn has also written a letter to Theresa May which has the form of specifying the requirements of the Labour set to support a Brexitavtal in a vote in parliament. One of the requirements is that the whole of the Uk and northern Ireland are included in a “permanent and comprehensive” customs union with the EU.

Theresa May has repeatedly said no to because a customs union would prevent the Uk from concluding its own trade agreements with the outside world.

Corbyn would also like to that the united kingdom undertake to have the similar protection and the rights and obligations that the EU has when it comes to workers, consumers and environmental protection.

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