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Jeremy Hunt Calls on France and Germany to Help Stop ‘No-deal’ Brexit

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Jeremy Hunt, British Foreign Secretary, has warned that leaving the EU with no deal is increasing, and has called on France and Germany to push Brussels toward a deal that would guarantee the interests of the two sides.

The probability of No Deal is increasing by the day until we see a change of approach from the European Commission who have this view that they just need to wait and Britain will blink.

He has said that France and Germany could prevent the EU from imposing its approach on Britain in the final negotiations of Brexit.

France and Germany have to send a strong signal to the Commission that we need to negotiate a pragmatic and sensible outcome that protects jobs on both sides of the Channel because for every job lost in the UK, there will be jobs lost in Europe as well if Brexit goes wrong.

It comes out after the concerns increased whether the UK could have a secure agreement with the EU and solve economic problems or would face serious situations. Earlier this month, May outlined her proposal for an agreement such as the future status of the border between EU member Ireland and UK province of Northern Ireland that was rejected by the EU officials.

Reports have shown that French President had asked May to travel to southern France for an urgent talk with French leader.

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