Monday, 25 September 2017
Mrs. May's speech at Florence - 22nd September 2017
Mrs. May went to Florence to deliver her speech regarding a smoothing over of the wrinkles in the Brexit negotiations. The next set of negotiations take place on Monday 25th September when David Davies will again meet up with Michel Barnier. The hope is that talks on trade can start following Mrs. May's decision to extend the transition period after Brexit for a further two years. She also said that Britain would be paying an undisclosed figure as an exit payment.
Here is the speech:
Unfortunately, I don't think it will make any difference to the negotiations. Michel Barnier and his friends in the E.U. will hold out until they get what they want, which will be never. Their sole aim is to keep Britain paying in to the E.U. budget forever.