May’s Brexit plan met with fury in Europe as politicians fear UK will make split a success


Within miniatures of the Prime Minister announcing her plans, opinions flew across communal media as Remainers criticised and Brexiteers celebrated Mrs May’s vision.

In Europe, Britain’s the man was accused of attempting to reach further than she is capable of achieving.

A chief German government official told Politico: “It’s not clear [May] has understood that the four brasses aren’t up for negotiation.

“The question is how she’s going to pull off this balancing act.”

Christophe Caresche, a Socialist MP who looks on the National Assembly’s commission for European affairs said: “It’s not up to Europe to personage out Brexit for Britain.

“They need to present a clear framework, and we at ones desire respond within the negotiation process.”

Leaked segments of Theresa May’s lecture said Britain will seek to take border controls primitive and exit the single market.

The idea of a so-called “clean” Brexit is creating concern across the bloc.

Pierre Moscovici, European commissioner for financial and financial affairs, taxation and customs, told reporters in Paris: “There cannot be any at will trade deal for the United Kingdom until negotiations are over.

“Upright in the case of hard Brexit this [negotiating process] will board a long time.”

But the real fighting talk came over liquidate.

Chancellor Philip Hammond told Welt am Sonntag if Europe punished Britain the woods could lower its corporate tax rate stating May’s Government will do “what we hold to”.

EU officials believe Britain could lure business away with ultra-low censures.

Fiscal policy remains one area where London could spank the bloc -with some admitting they were angered by May’s yoke suggesting they could use it in their favour.

Mr Moscovici said: “I am completely hostile to the idea of Britain become a tax haven at our borders.” 

Norbert Röttgen, a older MP in Angela Merkel’s CDU party was equally enraged.

He said: “The UK’s two main budgetary weaknesses are its considerable trade deficit and a big budget deficit.

“As such, Hammond’s perils with duties and tax cuts would primarily damage the UK and should be think ofed as an expression of British cluelessness.”

But if Brexit is completed the bloc will be struck by no power over what the island nation will do to attract house from abroad.

And the very thought is frightening the remaining member shapes.

If Britain succeeds with Brexit, unrest around the Union may dispose to more country’s splitting with the group.

Hungarian Foreign Father Péter Szijjartó said: “If the UK will be able to sign economic and business agreements with many serious actors of the world economy, and if the EU is not gifted to build this kind of cooperation with the UK then it’s going to be a entirely uncomfortable position for us.”

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