European Commission: The prospect of a Brexit without a strong and clear agreement
LONDON (Reuters) - The prospect of Britain leaving the European Union without an agreement has become, the European Commission said on Tuesday
The European Commission announced today that the possibility of Brexit without agreement has become strong and clear.
"The EU does not want a Brexit scenario without an agreement, but we are working on the assumption that this process will take place by October 31," UNHCR spokeswoman Mina Andreeva was quoted as saying by the Evening Standard newspaper. London on the "Backstop" plan on the borders of Northern Ireland.
Earlier, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Cuffinie said it was unthinkable to cancel the "backstop" plan from the Brexit deal, as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson insisted that his country leave the European bloc on time, threatening Conservatives to rule out if they oppose it. The exit plan, hinting that early elections could be held if they rejected the Brexit plan.