US News Brexit. Negotiations will resume Sunday in Brussels, no agreement before Monday

21:50  05 december  2020
21:50  05 december  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

Fighting action to save the "made in Britain" sausage

 Fighting action to save the © Supplied by Le Point After the cod, scallop and beef war between the United Kingdom and the European Union , the sausage "made in Britain" is at the heart of a new rat race between London and Brussels on the future post-Brexit relationship . The Battle of the Sausage marks a surge in national consciousness and a surge of patriotic fervor brilliantly harnessed by Boris Johnson against the backdrop of a drop in moorings with the EU on December 31.

Brexit negotiations will resume after U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen agreed to make another push to break the deadlock in their talks on a future trade deal. Negotiating teams will reconvene in Brussels on Sunday

Negotiations commenced on 19 June 2017.[104] Negotiating groups were established for three that it was unlikely that there would be a solution before October, when the whole deal was to be agreed The Withdrawal Agreement was brought back to the House without the attached understandings on

Les discussions pour un accord sur le Brexit se poursuivront dès dimanche. © Henry Nicholls / Reuters Discussions for a Brexit deal will continue on Sunday.

The Brexit deal will not be found this Saturday 5th December. Ursula von der Leyen has announced that talks will continue tomorrow, and that she will meet with Boris Johnson on Monday.

The negotiations between Europe and the United Kingdom will resume on Sunday, announced the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen , this Saturday 5 December at a press conference.

This afternoon, the chairman of the committee and Boris Johnson , the British Prime Minister discussed the differences that block the agreement. Three points are blocking: the access of European fishermen to British waters, the guarantees demanded in London in terms of competition, and the way of settling disputes in the future agreement.

Brexit: Negotiations between the United Kingdom and the EU are slipping, the "no deal" is approaching

 Brexit: Negotiations between the United Kingdom and the EU are slipping, the The deadline of December 31, 2020 is inexorably approaching © Rob Pinney / LNP / Shutterstock / SIPA Michel Barnier, negotiator chief of the EU, during a trip to London on November 13, 2020. DIPLOMACY - The deadline of December 31, 2020 is inexorably approaching Brussels-London, London -Brussels: by dint of going there -back between the two capitals for years, Michel Barnier surely knows by heart every single rail of the Eurostar route.

The Brexit talks will enter their final act on Saturday with a shift to direct negotiations between Boris The year-long negotiation had long been expected to end with arbitration between the two political It is believed that a major bone of contention for the UK side is Brussels ’ intention to exempt all EU

Shortly before leaving Brussels , he conceded “strong views” had been expressed during three hours of If it is lost, MPs will vote on successive days on whether to block a no-deal Brexit and whether to There are no plans as yet for the prime minister or Cox to return to Brussels , but it is understood

I had a phone call with @BorisJohnson on the EU-UK negotiations.

Differences remain. No agreement feasible if these are not resolved. Chief negotiators will reconvene tomorrow. We will speak again on Monday. https://t.co/fsVtfW0HHh

- Ursula von der Leyen (@vonderleyen) December 5, 2020

Still at a press conference, Ursula von der Leyen assured that if these agreements were not resolved, an agreement would not be possible. The negotiations will therefore continue, and the Prime Minister and the President of the European Commission will meet again on Monday evening.

Brexit: 5 minutes to understand the last round of negotiations .
Less than 30 days before the break with the United Kingdom, the new negotiations started this Sunday to find a post-Brexit agreement are slipping. Confession of failure on Monday, after a long telephone interview, Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen acknowledged that "the conditions were not met" for an agreement between London and Brussels.

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