Brexit trade deal below 50%
On Thursday, senior british minister Michael Gove said that any deal on the post-british trade with the Europe in union would need Parliamentary approval before December 31 and put the chances of success at less than 50%.
What does Michel Barnier have to say,
His downbeat tone was sharp in contrast with remarks by the Europeans chief negotiator suggesting there had been good progress as both sides try to prevent an unstable end to the four years of discussion in two weeks time. Europeans chief negotiator Michel Barnier tweeted- “ good progress but lost stumbling blocks remain”.
Then Michael Gove was asked about the probability of a deal he said “less than 50%”.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson the face of the 2016 Brexit referendum campaign has long said he will not accept a deal that failed to respect british sovereignty after winning an election last year on a pledge to take back control.
Many deadlines have been missed in the talks since Britain left the bloc in January. European Parliament said it could hold an emergency plan re in late December should I deal come together by Monday. If it came later The European diplomats said the block might still put it in place from January 1 without lawmakers consent.
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