September 19, 2018

EU Chief: May’s Brexit Plan Must Be Reworked

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, has put a dampener on Theresa May’s day. He’s announced today that her Chequers Brexit plan will need to be “reworked” in some key areas – meaning, if the plan goes ahead, it’ll be even worse for the British people than originally planned. 

It looks like we’re going to need to make even more concessions to the EU if May is to pass the Chequers deal.

Ahead of a European Council meeting in Salzburg, the EU Chief said that May’s compromises did show a “positive evolution of the UK’s approach” and a willingness to attempt to minimize what he called the “negative impacts of Brexit.” In plain speak, that means that May’s compromises give more to the EU and make greater sacrifices for Britain. It essentially fits Merkel’s vision of the UK suffering “a little bit” during the negotiation process.

Tusk tweeted about his thoughts on the negotiation process, explaining:

“Today there is perhaps more hope but there is surely less and less time. On the Irish question and the framework for economic cooperation the UK’s proposal needs to be reworked.”

His comment “less and less time” of course refers to the reality of an emergency summit that looks to be held in the middle of November to try and agree on the final deal.

 

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commented 2018-09-19 17:17:02 -0400
May does not understand that Britain is in a much stronger position than she understands or that the EU will admit.

Screw the 39 billion pounds penance offering. The EU wants to suck the life out of the UK. Britain needs to secure its borders and take back control of immigration. Period!

Brits can’t even fish their own waters and must allow EU nations rights to those very same fishing areas. INSANE!

The two strongest EU economies are the UK and Germany. Germany is beginning to fail and wants to inflict pain on the UK to drag it down as Germany sinks. Maybe its time that Britain says everything up to now is off the table and start dealing from a position of power. The first move in doing that would be to get May out of office and get someone who believes in Brexit to lead the government.
commented 2018-09-19 15:38:20 -0400
Tusk is using Blackmail to try and control May. He dose not need to, she is on his side. Unfortunately, for the Remainers, she will not be around for to much longer, she will lose her office and revert back to her dreams of Marxism.
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