The cabinet said the Brexit talks were nearing collapse

The cabinet said the Brexit talks were nearing collapse

The cabinet was told on Monday that the Brexit talks had stalled when ministers were briefed on the possibility of a deal and preparations for a no-deal on January 1.

At a meeting on Tuesday morning, Foreign Minister Simon Cowan brought in cabinet colleagues with a lengthy memo on Brexit issues. He said the coming and going of the coming days was not a “dance system” but a real problem and the government needed to be helped to deal with the consequences of the non-transaction.

Cowney explained the current state of the negotiations and the preparations for the non-contractual and delayed agreement. However, ministers have been warned that even if there is an agreement, it could be a “Soukini deal”, which will not avoid many of the disadvantages of not having a deal.

Cowney sources said even a single transaction would drag down Brexit financial performance.

Significant hindrance

Later, in response to a call for a discussion on Brexit, Taoist Michelle Martin said, “We need to inform the church of the fact that we can better discuss preparations for a non-transactional Brexit. The situation is very serious. ”

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