Both the EU and the UK are struggling to agree on any anything let alone the necessary requirements to ensure that a deal is in place.
Both sides are fully aware that the closer the talks run to the March 29 Brexit date the greater that Britain will leave without a deal. They have agreed to step up the pace but it is expected this will achieve very little.
If the timeframe is stretched further into December or even January, decisions will have to be made on whether to give ground or walk away.
The two sides remain in disagreement over how to guarantee there will not be a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland but British officials insist they remain “confident” of getting a deal.
Theresa May’s spokesperson, Greg Swift, has said: “We’re working to the October deadline. Both sides have agreed to increase the pace of negotiations. That’s what we’re doing.”
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier did not commit to October as the deadline for the completion of the negotiations when he met Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab last month but said it could not be much later than that.
Unity News Opinion- WALK AWAY NOW & GIVE THEM NOTHING!
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