Published: Fri, June 16, 2017
Science | By Cecil Little

Brexit negotiations to go ahead on Monday, Government confirms

"But it's also really important we make sure the Brexit deal we secure is one that's in the interests of the whole country and that means that we need to ensure that those who voted Remain are part of the conversation about what the best deal for Britain is in the future".

Britain voted by 52 percent in favor of leaving the European Union in a referendum a year ago.

Britain and the European Union will start Brexit negotiations on Monday, while Prime Minister Theresa May nears a deal to prop up her minority government following her election fiasco.

May has said the divorce talks, likely to be the most complex in Europe since World War Two, would begin as planned next week and her Brexit minister, David Davis, said London's negotiating position was unchanged.

Some of Theresa May's most senior ministers are working to moderate her plans for a hard Brexit, even suggesting the United Kingdom could remain in Europe's single market and customs union, as the prime minister fights to stay in power.

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Formal negotiations between Barnier and British Brexit minister David Davis had been due to start next week but that timetable has been thrown into doubt by May's catastrophic loss of a majority in last Thursday's election.

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron called for a cross-party committee to be set up to handle the Brexit negotiations. Another minister said pro-European Tories would be emboldened to make the case for a softer deal with the European Union that prioritises the interests of businesses.

Mr Verhofstadt urged the European Union to bring forward legislative proposals for closer integration of the remaining 27 member states, to take advantage of the opportunity provided by Brexit and the election of the pro-European Mr Macron.

"We're ready on the European side". "The British people have rejected a hard Brexit".

European Commission spokesman Alexander Winterstein told reporters in Brussels on Monday that the EU is "fully prepared" to begin negotiations when the ready.

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Norway is in the single market, in return for accepting free immigration from the EU, EU courts and budget payments.

He told the parliament: "Yesterday, Emmanuel Macron, the new French president, spoke about an open door".

"All the options are balanced and come with obligations", an European Union official working on Brexit said, noting that May had seemed to be looking for a sweeping free trade deal like that agreed a year ago with Canada but that some of those calling for "soft " Brexit cited arrangements such as those with Norway and Turkey.

No-one is clear what the UK wants any more: the hung parliament election result has left May's plans for a clean break with Europe, under a so-called "hard Brexit", in tatters as her emboldened rivals in the UK Parliament demand it is watered down. Any Brexit deal must reflect the "specific circumstances of Northern Ireland", Foster has said.

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