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Ex-Brexit Minister Said A ‘Reset’ Is Needed For Brexit Talks


The former Brexit Minister predicts a point when both the parties involved in Brexit negotiations will not be able to move forward with the current proposal development.

Matti Maasikas and David Davis (CC By 2.0); Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Matti Maasikas and David Davis (CC By 2.0); Source: commons.wikimedia.org
The ex-Brexit Minister, David Davis told the BBC radio on Wednesday, September 19, 2018 that the Brexit negotiations with the European Union will need to be “reset” by the British “Prime Minister Theresa May”.
The former Minister of Brexit had earlier resigned citing disagreement with the Brexit proposals of the Prime Minister. In the words of Davis:
“I think we’ll get to a point where she will not be able to accept what they offer, they will not be able to accept what she offers and they will have to have some kind of reset”.
Moreover, in a reiterating statement, Davis also informed that his vote will not go against the current plans of the Prime Minister on the “future relationship between London and Brussels”.

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