The Talks between UK and EU about the Brexit are at a Deadlock
The talks between the UK and the EU about the Brexit are at a deadlock. That says the office of Prime Minister Theresa May, a day before the British Parliament will vote again on May’s deal, reported the BBC.
May spoke yesterday with the president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, after a weekend of negotiations had not made a breakthrough.
The talks are continuing today with the aim of making changes to the deal, which May closed earlier with the European leaders, even before the vote tomorrow.
According to the BBC, the deal has not really changed and “the prospect of another great loss” is looming in parliament. The government wanted changes in the so-called Irish ‘backstop’, an arrangement not to get a hard limit on the Irish island.
The United Kingdom would leave the EU on 29 March.