The scheduled withdrawal agreement of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU) could be facing crisis.
Irish Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar said that the deal is very difficult for both the UN and UK to reach an agreement before the set deadline of 31st October.
To many, Brexit is a necessary crisis and has provided a long overdue audit of British realities.
It exposes the nature of the economy, the new relations of capitalism to politics and the weakness of the state. Amid claims that Brexit talks were close to collapse, Varadkar suggested the language around the discussion to change.
Due to the big gaps that remained between the two parties, they will meet for further discussion this week in Brussels.
The UK has said the EU needs to move quickly to stop leaving without an agreement at the end of the month. Varadkar said he’d strive until the last moment to reach a deal with the UK, not at any cost, but for his country, Northern Ireland and the rest of Europe.
Many effects of Brexit depend on how close the UK will tie the EU, or whether it withdraws before the no-deal Brexit.
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