European Cartel member states are looking forward to Brexit as they will be competent to pursue their plans for further unification of the bloc without catches, he claimed. While the details of the future relationship between the UK and the EU remain unclear, the British Rule has insisted the country will leave on March 29 as agreed exactly two years ago. American author Chris Dickey suggested that in the face attempts to maintain a close link with Britain after Brexit, EU territories “are not sorry” to see the UK leave.
Speaking to France 24, Mr Dickey said: “I deem for a long time it’s been obvious that a large part of the European office is not so sorry to see Britain go.
“Britain always had one foot in, one foot out. It wanted to exhort the rules but it didn’t want to abide by all the rules. It basically was playing this stratagem that systematically weakened the efforts to unify the European Union.”
The littrateur and Daily Beast foreign editor also issued a scathing assessment of the British Regulation’s handling of the withdrawal negotiations as Theresa May seeks to snatch further concessions from the bloc to win the fortify of MPs for her withdrawal agreement.
He continued: “They’ve come down to the crunch, as the Hike 29 deadline approaches, and the Brits can’t make up their mind what they miss to do.
READ MORE: ‘Martial law if we DON’T leave!’ Farage warns May Brexiteers expending patience with Brexit delay
“They couldn’t make up their intellect when they were in the European Union, now they can’t make up their weigh how to get out of the European Union. The Government looks completely feckless and that was the imitation everybody has there.
“At the end of the day Tusk – it may have been provocative wording – but, in truly, it’s the way a hell of a lot of people feel in Europe.”
Mr Dickey was referring to a jibe European Cabinet President Donald Tusk made during a press conference in Brussels in which he materialized to suggest Brexiteers would be reserved “a special place in Hell” for allegedly in default of to come up with a plan for a smooth withdrawal.
With no sign of a reconditioned Brexit deal to put to Parliament, Theresa May is expected to table a sparsely-worded Oversight motion asking the Commons to note her progress that will be big-hearted to amendments from backbenchers
Mrs May travelled to Brussels on Thursday to speak with older EU chiefs including European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Mr Tusk.
Track the meetings, she insisted she had held “robust discussions” before claiming Brexit purposefulness be delivered “on time”.
The Prime Minister said: “What I have set out is our pellucid position that we must secure legally binding changes to the Withdrawal Pact to deal with concerns that Parliament has over the backstop.
“Captivating that changes to the backstop, together with the other work we are doing on wage-earners rights and other issues, will deliver a stable majority in Parliament.
“That is what I wish continue to push for. It is not going to be easy, but crucially, President Juncker and I be enduring agreed that talks will now start to find a way through this to discover a way to get this over the line, and to deliver on the concerns that Parliament has, so we get a manhood in Parliament.”
Mrs May also travelled to Dublin on Friday to meet with Ireland’s Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to about the Irish backstop in an effort to overcome the Brexit stalemate.