Brexit clash: Amber Rudd contradicts David Davis – claims ‘no deal Brexit is unthinkable’

18 Oct

He said: “It seems that at the moment that the 27 is more unanimous than the UK one, so that’s one of the main problems here.

“Sometimes it’s very difficult to understand what Britain really wants from these negotiations.”

It came as a leading ally of Angela Merkel, deputy chairman of the CDU/CSU coalition, Michael Fuchs, said Boris Johnson is preventing Mrs May from offering sufficient money for the divorce bill.

He told BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme: “You have to accept that there are a lot of things to be paid.

“Let me just say, pensions, which is not solved. This problem has to be solved and the UK has to come up with decent proposals.”

When asked about the offer in Mrs May’s Florence speech, he replied: “It’s not a decent proposal, it’s a proposal but it’s not enough.”

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