UK PM Theresa May Warn EU She Won’t Delay Brexit Despite Lack Of A Deal

UK PM Theresa may have tried to pressure the EU leaders over dinner in Salzburg that Britain would not seek to delay Brexit, remind European leaders that the two sides still can’t able to trade and the Irish border despite months of negotiations.

The Prime Minister also told the counterparts that “The UK will leave on 29 March next year” and the outcomes will be “the onus is now on all of us to get this deal done”. She also noticed that “the time is short but extending or delaying these negotiations is not an option,” label all the 27 EU countries leaders rather of the EU Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier.

It was the first time ever in view of Chequers that may have had a possibility to label the EU’s 27 heads of governments rather than going through their chief negotiator, Michel Barnier. At the starting of the EU summit, Jean-Claude the European Commission said that a deal remained “far away”, and Donald Tusk the European Council President said that the Northern Ireland’s border and the UK-EK trade relation have to be “reworked and further negotiated.” he will also notice that “various scenarios are still possible,” along with a no-deal scenario.

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