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Canada Brexit: the final bargaining reveals divisions among the 27

06:20  04 december  2020
06:20  04 december  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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There is, for the first time in four years that the referendum was held in the United Kingdom, apparent cracks between the 27 for the last few meters before a possible solution for a post-Brexit agreement…

With our correspondent in Brussels, Pierre Bénazet

No one dares to say anymore that we are in the home stretch of Brexit as the deadlines, once presented as binding, have been exceeded. But the tension is palpable in London, where negotiators from both camps are gathered for what each presents as the final hours of talks. Until the next final hours ...

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The constraint of the calendar is however becoming more pressing every day: the final rupture between the United Kingdom and the continent will take place on December 31, date on which the British, who officially left the EU on January 31, will cease to apply European standards. However, for a possible agreement to be ratified in time by the British and European parliaments, it is this week that the discussions must be concluded, assure the Europeans.

The two parties are still struggling to make progress on the same three points: access for European fishermen to British waters, the guarantees demanded in London in terms of competition and the way of settling disputes in the future agreement.

Okay, okay, disagree ...

Now, among the 27 not all are on exactly the same wavelength, in any case that is what some people suggest. On the one hand, there would be the countries bordering the Atlantic and especially the North Sea, which do not intend to give up, in particular on fishing. Boris Johnson has made it a symbolic dossier and they adopt a similar attitude. Others like the European Commission or Germany, which holds the rotating presidency of the Union, would be ready for more flexibility in wresting a deal.

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"France is not ready to grant a post-Brexit agreement on any condition," warns the French Prime Minister from a distance, visiting the fishermen of Boulogne-sur-Mer. Let’s keep our cool, ”the Foreign Secretary of Ireland, the country most to fear from Brexit, asks them all. Some now believe that so many concessions have been made by the EU that one would have to ask for a new negotiating mandate from the 27 capitals to imagine going further.

The uncertainty has reached such a degree that no one dares predict what Michel Barnier will say this Friday afternoon to the ambassadors of the 27 he is due to meet here. Either an agreement finally on the table or differences such that the negotiations will have to continue.

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