Generation Brexit

Without knowing how to solve disagreements, UK can't leave

Tollak Bowitz
Tollak Bowitz | Jul 15, 2017 | in Foul Play!

The UK has so far refused to accept that the European Court of Justice should have any power in Britain after leaving the EU. Although this has been important for the UK government, the latest news claim European judges could have influence during the negotiation talks. So far, it’s unclear if this will continue after 2019, as part of a transition period, but this definitely sounds like a softer approach than the one that was presented in January.

Good sign? What do you think of this?

edited on Jul 20, 2017 by Tollak Bowitz

Pol Salvat 11 months ago

You are right, Ms May's government should state what kind of Brexit does the UK want and be responsible of getting it done.
If she does not make clear what the UK wants, who will? Britain decided they wanted to leave the Union, now they have to find their way out themselves.