UK PRIME MINISTER TO ENTER INTO BILATERAL NEGOTIATIONS WITH 27 EUROPEAN COUNTRIES TO ESCAPE EU BREXIT BLOCKADE


UK Prime Minister Theresa May has made it clear that she intends to negotiate trade bilateral deals in the run up to Britain’s formal exit from the EU, ignoring threats of legal action from European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, reports the Telegraph.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/10/21/theresa-may-to-hold-talks-with-jean-claude-juncker-after-series/

Side stepping EU institutions, Theresa May announced plans to hold substantive bilateral meetings with the 27 elected governments in Europe by the December European Council Meeting.

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Theresa May faced threats from EU officials, whose power is threatened by Brexit, when she arrived at the European Council meeting in Brussels last night. But the strategy of EU chiefs Juncker, Donald Tusk and Martin Schulz may backfire, marginalizing the failing EU bureaucracy altogether as nations realize they can seal  bilateral customs deals and so create a de facto European “single market” without Brussels.

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