“It’s Mays Deal Or A Long Delay”
“It’s Mays deal or a Long delay,” says Brexit Negotiator in a Bar. British chief negotiator Olly Robbins seems to have revealed a piece of Theresa Mays Brexit tactics in a bar in Brussels.
According to him, British politicians will have to opt for the Theresa May deal before March 29; otherwise, the British exit from the EU will be delayed for a long time.
May is currently trying to impose concessions in Brussels, although the EU has so far refused to renegotiate.
The agreement reached by the British government and the remaining 27 countries at the end of 2018.
These concessions are certain because a vast majority of the British House of Commons sees nothing in the deal on the table.
The British Prime Minister has repeatedly stated that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union on 30 March as planned.
Preferably with a deal, but possibly without.
The conversation conducted by the British chief negotiator Olly Robbins in the bar of a hotel, however,
puts the statements of May statements in a different light.
Fear of delay would change opinions
“We must make them believe that postponement is possible in the last week of March,
but that will be a long extension,” Robbins stated in the bar of a hotel in Brussels, according to the reports.
Robbins would think that British parliamentarians will change their opinion on the current Brexit deal, for fear of Brexit’s long delay.
Brexit Minister Steve Barclay does not want to respond to stories that have been picked up in a noisy bar,
except that the government’s position is still that the UK will leave the EU on March 29, preferably with an agreement.