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British minister: ‘Likelihood of Brexit 50-50 as parliament deal May rejects’

The chance that Britain leave the European Union will only be 50-50 if the British parliament the Brexit deal of prime-minister Theresa May rejects. That the British minister of International Trade Liam Fox, a supporter of Brexit is, said to the Sunday Time‘s.

The Brexit, according to Fox pass ‘100 percent sure’ when the deal receives aid during the vote that mid-January is planned. On march 29, would Britain normally leave the EU.

European commissioner for Trade, Cecilia Malmström gives Sunday, in an interview with the German news agency dpa that they chaotic conditions expected as Britain without a deal leaving the EU. Especially in the beginning it will be ‘very, very complex, “said Malmström, who emphasized that even without a deal the EU” of course, negotiations will begin on a trade agreement. “But that will take time’, it sounds.

‘The Brits will from the first day controls, and that we will do,’ said the Commissioner. In the port of Dover, one of the most important overslagpunten of the island for the trade in goods with the European mainland, the situation would be chaotic.

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