We know by now where all of you are against, but tell us finally where you are! That is the message that a majority of the European Parliament for the British mps.
Nigel Farage, the UKIP politician in the European Parliament can feel the mood hanging: a postponement of the Brexit until after the European elections, or even a second referendum in the United Kingdom are …
Nigel Farage, the UKIP politician in the European Parliament can feel the mood hanging: a postponement of the Brexit until after the European elections, or even a second referendum in the United Kingdom are approaching the possibilities after the vote Tuesday night in the Commons to the scenario of no deal to avoid.
Combative as ever, warned Farage this morning, during a Brexit debate in Strasbourg his European colleagues: ‘If it is a renewal, we will participate in the next European elections. If the betrayal is total, and there will be a second referendum, then you can for an even bigger surprise: we will with an even bigger majority win’.
The intervention of another British citizen, Syed Kamall, explained to the British division in Strasbourg expose. Kamall, member of the British Conservatives and leader of the European Conservatives and Reformers, still believes that the scheidingsakkoord that May in november with the EU to admit, can be saved if the Europeans are willing to adapt. ‘The EU is faced with a choice: you can do nothing and gamble that the Brexit can be stopped. Either you can try with concrete solutions to some of the British concerns to take away. Try British mps to convince you that you do not plan, are the United Kingdom forever in the customs union, to close.’
Two British interventions made again clear how different the perception the two sides of the Channel. For Michel Barnier, the chief negotiator on behalf of the EU that Farage was portrayed as ‘a onverkozen bureaucrat’, is the scheidingsakkoord ‘the best possible compromise ” that security brings to citizens and businesses. “There is no progress is possible as long as there is no solution for the deadlock to be broken in Britain,” said Barnier. ‘An orderly Brexit remains our absolute priority. But we can the scenario of no deal does not exclude. We are at 10 weeks from the end of march, the time that the British parliament chose to a third country. Never was the risk of no deal so great.’
Guy Verhofstadt, the liberal party leader and chief negotiator of the parliament for the Brexit, played the ball back to Kamall: ‘How can we avoid a no deal, that devastating consequences would have? My answer is that we have a majority for anything in British politics! That is possible if all the political parties in the United Kingdom, and the interests of their country above partisan interests places. That Corbyn prime minister wants to be, is legitimate. That May premier wants to continue, is legitimate. That DUP the unity of the country wants, is legitimate. But now they need to from the trenches.”
“I see no room for manoeuvre for negotiations,” said Manfred Weber, leader of the christian democrats. As Spitzenkandidat of the EPP, he travels around in the EU to listen to the concerns of EU citizens: “I have no one who thinks that the British approach is wise. The people see the political chaos in London, Therefore, is the message of our campaign: “Follow the nationalists are not, are liars!’