Brexit Talks Lead To No Breakthrough

On Friday, November 24, 2017, the Prime Minister of Britain Theresa May did not succeed to make any new breakthroughs when it comes to Brexit. Also, discussing with the European Union. Due to the open negotiations now is the time for both sides to be critical of the next step before the end of 2017. Time is running out quickly. At a summit in Brussels, Theresa May met in a meeting with, European Council President Donald Tusk. Also, the pioneers of Belgium, German Chancellor Angela Merkel Denmark, Lithuania. They were trying to move the discussions onto future relations among Britain and Europe, particularly their exchange ties.

Brexit Talks Lead To Nothing

After the lengthy meeting with them all, Theresa May made a statement to reports stating there are still many different areas of issues from both sides that we need to come together to work out and then make the best decision. She added that the meetings although long went very positive from both sides. There was genuine discussions on how we are all feeling and the need to move forward. Britain and Europe need to wrap up this negation for Britain leave for March 29th, 2019, but if they do not come up with solutions, they will not be able to move.

The leaders of Europe and Britain have set another deadline for all the negotiations to be made by three weeks. The latest is on December 15th, 2017. Both parties say there has been a sufficient progress from the last meeting held with Theresa May recently. Brexit hopes to get the rights they need for their citizens. They are discussing the possible expansion of the Irish borders, but currently, this may not be an option. While on the other hand Britain’s financial settle is in the way awaiting the status of the Irish borders.