Theresa May is going to Brussels to persuade EU leaders to appove necessary changes to the Brexit agreement.
On Thursday, Teresa May will meet President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels to discuss likely steps to break the deadlock on the Brexit deal. It’s less than two months before Britain leaves the EU.
The PM days the UK will not be “trapped” in the backstop- the plan to avoid the return of Irish border checks no matter what UK-EU trade deal is agreed
As is known, the British and Irish governments do not want a ‘strict’ border, however, according to the EU, it is probably inevitable if the UK withdraws from the EU without an agreement, which the government rejected on January 15.
The visit is negatively shadowed by the words of Donuld Tusc, the president of the European council, warning of a “special place in hell” for those who is pushing for Brexit “without even a sketch of a plan” which caused a furious reaction in London.