Reuters reported on Dec. 15 that British cabinet ministers, who did not want to be named, told Reuters that Britains plans to withdraw from the EU are now deadlocked and may even face reversal.
The anonymous cabinet minister said that the possibility of a managed no-agreement exit from Europe was rising, and the possibility of a second referendum on the exit from Europe was also rising. We are not ready for any deal, nor is the British public ready for any deal. Were not even ready for Plan B.
On the 14th, Teresa, who had just crossed the border from a vote of confidence, met again with the European Commission Chairman Junker, who once again strongly said that the European Union would not renegotiate with Britain any more about the content of the agreement itself. On the same day, the President of the European Council, Tusk, also confirmed this strongly in his speech.
At present, less than 150 days from March 29, 2019, the established time for Britain to leave Europe, more and more people are beginning to feel anxious, and the proportion of people demanding a second referendum is gradually rising. According to the latest British Development Report 2017-2018 released by Beijing Foreign Studies University, the proportion of people supporting the second referendum surpassed the opponents for the first time in July this year, 42% since the British polling agencies began to conduct a survey on the second citizens of the European Union in April 2017. After that, the ratio continued to show an upward trend.
According to Reuters on the 15th, there are different opinions among cabinet ministers about Teresas de-Europa agreement in private. More and more people are worried about the possibility of a non-agreement de-Europa or a second referendum. But British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunter said on the 14th that he believed that the current governments exit agreement could pass parliamentary deliberations without any changes.
Source of this article: Peng Mei News Responsible Editor: Shi Jianlei_NBJ11331