The British government of Boris Johnson yesterday urged the leaders of the European Union to renegotiate the Brexit agreement because “the political reality has changed” since the European elections.
“The political reality has changed” since November 2018, when the Brexit agreement was concluded between former British Prime Minister Theresa May and the EU, writes Steve Barclay, Brexit Minister under Boris Johnson, in the Mail on Sunday newspaper.
“Since the agreement was concluded, 61 percent of the members in the European parliament have been replaced. This radical change illustrates the need for a new approach, “it sounds.
Michel Barnier, who leads the Brexit talks for Europe, “must urge European leaders to investigate the issue if they also want an agreement, so that they can find a way to reach an agreement with the United Kingdom,” said Barclay. .
Johnson, who succeeded May on July 23, states that he wants to leave the European Union on October 31, with or without agreement with Europe. The EU has always refused to sit around the negotiating table again. In his victory speech, he promised to work hard to realize the Brexit at the end of October.