‘We NEED a deal!’ Frantic states BEG Brussels not to ‘hijack’ Brexit with petty grievances

22 Apr

He then added a warning shot to Brussels and the rest of the bloc, saying: “We don’t want to wait for too long.”

The UK’s position also received backing from the Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny, who said his country would insist that tariffs and customs bureaucracy are kept to a minimum in any Brexit deal. 

He told reporters: “If the prime minister says that what she wants for Britain is as close a relationship with the European Union as possible, we support that, and the less implications there are for tariffs, and obstructions and administrative bureaucracy the better for everyone.”

And Danish PM Lars Løkke Rasmussen then added: “It’s not about that we fear that someone could hijack the negotiations, it’s about making sure that we avoid something like that.” 

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