A no-deal Brexit is a much better result if it will become apparent that the British government would like to”mess” that the European Union, a former Irish prime minister has warned.
John Bruton told Euronews there was an “issue of hope” from the EU’s negotiations with Britain over their potential connection since there were several from the governing Conservative Party who wanted to dismantle the European job.
His remarks come after intensified discussions between the united kingdom and EU negotiating teams declared this week, even with neither negative reporting a substantial breakthrough.
Britain abandoned the European Union in January but proceeds to follow EU rules before a transition period ends on December 31.
If no agreement is reached before that deadline, both sides will probably revert to trading on World Trade Organisation terms.
“I have seen definite Tory MPs stating’we have to get Brexit right since we need other people to follow us because we would like to put an example in how we cope with Brexit to ensure others will depart the European Union’,” Bruton informed Euronews.
“Well if that is the strategy of the British authorities it’d be better to get no offer.”