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2520879 Brexit: the offer is essentially impossible, No 10 source says after PM-Merkel-call
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A No 10 source has said a British EU exit deal is "virtually impossible" after a phone Call between the PM and Angela Merkel .
Boris Johnson and the German Chancellor spoke earlier about the proposals he had put forward to the EU - said The Source , made it clear that an Agreement was Based on them "overwhelmingly unlikely". Mrs Merkel's office said it does not comment on "private" conversations would be. But the BBC's Adam Fleming , said it was "scepticism" within the EU, which Frau Merkel would have such language. And the EU's top official warned the UK faced a "stupid blame game". The President of the European Council Donald Tusk sent a public tweet to Mr. Johnson, and says to him, "The Future of Europe and the United Kingdom" in the game was. With the efforts to offer until the end of the month of an apparent Knife Edge , Mr Johnson and his Irish counterpart, Leo Varadkar said that you hope that later in the week. he thought it would be "very difficult" to reach an Agreement in the next week. He said Britain rejected "the" The Deal negotiated previously with Theresa May , the government, and had "sort, set, half, now back to the table, and say that is a concession. And, of course, that's not it, really". And after talks in Downing Street, The President of the European Parliament , said there had been "no progress", and the members would have to compromise and deal "at any price". David Sassoli , said the UK's proposed new customs legislation for Northern Ireland was a "long way from something, to agree to the Parliament". The President of the European Parliament , said the EU faced a no-deal stop, or a further delay in the Midst of the hectic diplomatic maneuvering in the European capitals, the details to a Call earlier on Tuesday between the British and German leaders tensions sparked across The Continent . The proposed No 10 source, Mrs Merkel told her counterpart, the only way out was to stay for the North of Ireland to accept in the customs Union and for which there is permanently the EU internal market rules on the trading of goods. This, The Source said, marked a change in Germany, the approach made a negotiated deal "virtually impossible". the Prime Minister 's official spokesman said The Conversation was "frank", But the negotiations over the denied goods. Norbert Rottgen , an ally of the Chancellor, the Chairman of the Bundestag Foreign Affairs Committee, said there was "no new German Position ". Based on the UK-the latest proposals were "unrealistic from the beginning, and yet the EU has to be ready to get involved". The BBC's Europe editor Katya Adler said it had found "no secret" in Berlin, the UK-proposed new customs solution for Northern Ireland is problematic. While Berlin had not given up hope, She Said , the chances of no-goods deal, to rise again, as the nature of the British proposals made, any compromise very difficult. Under Mr. Johnson's suggestions, what he calls a "wide zone" for a New Deal with the EU: , The British negotiator, David Frost , said to continue to the meeting of his EU counterparts in Brussels , But No 10 source on Tuesday morning, the Call was a "clarifying moment", and added: "The Talks in Brussels are to break in the vicinity. "She Said Britain was not ready, from The Principle of providing a consent mechanism for Northern Ireland , or The Plan for the exit of the customs Union , and if the EU did not accept that these principles" that" and The Plan , to move forward, would be an "obstructive" strategy in the direction of Brussels . you also accused the EU being "torpedo ready to the Good Friday Agreement " - agreed to The Peace process, to accept in Northern Ireland in the 1990S - by the refusal, Mr Johnson's proposals. Hands Up if all of these things is about the "speaker" and "sources" that drive you crazy? Here is the short explanation of how it works in Westminster. The Prime Minister has an official spokesperson. You work for the government, not the Political Party in government. You give two briefings A Day to reporters, when the Parliament is sitting and put them on the plate. That is, we report what is said, and we report who said it - although from the Convention, we actually don't have the name of the speaker. There are two reasons for this: you do not speak in the name of the watch itself. And sometimes a Deputy , and instead takes over the briefing. in addition to the official speaker, there are other people in Downing Street who talk to journalists. For some of your respective job. For others it is not. These people are always talk to us off-the-Record so we can make it, But not the name, quote, or do anything to identify the risks. journalists always prefer to be on the Record quotes, But in politics as in life, people are often more open in private, and so we can feel a greater sense of what is going on In Return for compliance with the terms and conditions under which The Information was given to us. updating MPs on contingency planning for a no-deal, exit, minister Michael Gove said there was still "every chance" for a deal, But the EU must come up with the British plans "In the preparation of these proposals, we have moved - now it is time for the EU to move," he said. Ireland 's Tánaiste (Deputy Prime Minister ), Simon Coveney , said a deal was still possible But "not at the expense of" - and the United Kingdom have to accept that it had a "responsibility" on The Island of Ireland . The British and Irish leaders spoke on The Phone for 40 Minutes on Tuesday, after the No 10 said both sides "strongly reaffirmed" its desire to reach a deal. But Labour's shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer told MPs that the government had "no intention on the collapse of The Talks , and in a ruthless blame game". "The hard reality of the government's proposals, which were designed to fail," he said, adding that it was "beneath all contempt" that, according to the United Kingdom could withdraw, security and co-operation of other EU countries to stay if you were forced, on the 31 of October . The PM has insisted that in the UK, the EU will leave on this day, with or without a deal. That is adopted in spite of the law, the by MPs in The Last month, known as the Benn-law, which requires Mr Johnson to write to the EU requesting a further delay, if no deal is signed off Parliament of 19. October - Unless MPs vote to a no business to Leak. no one really wants to comments on this phone Call , and certainly not in Berlin But in an interview with EU officials and diplomats in Brussels , considerable skepticism. This is because The Words of Angela Merkel attributed to not necessarily the EU agreed language. For Ms. Merkel and the EU have repeatedly said, they Keep Talking to The Last second and not pull The Plug before that. And secondly, claims No 10 source, the EU wants to keep Northern Ireland is not permanently "trapped" in the customs Union -Brussels , he wants that at all, it just wants to remain the option for Northern Ireland inside temporarily, until Something Else worked out. So, as I say, scepticism. It could be a misinterpretation, or it could turn a conscious bit because we is now entering into a blame game about whose fault it is that the progress is not made. to replace the focus of the new British plans, the so - called backstop-the Directive is to prevent the by Theresa May and the EU, a hard limit is the return to The Island of Ireland has long been a sticking point. After the presentation, government sources hoped that the pages might be able to give you an intense 10-day period, The Talks almost immediately, But some senior EU figures, including the Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar , warned them not to form the basis for deeper negotiations - even if they believed that a deal could still be done. Mr Varadkar has warned that the Johnson plan could actually principle undermine this by happening, a party in Northern Ireland , a veto right in front of what, to the country as a whole. Timeline: What happens before Brexit period? Tuesday, 8. October - Last working day in The House of Commons before it is prorogued - exposed - in front of a Queen's speech at the beginning of a new session. Monday, 14. October - The House of Commons is due to return to, and the government will use The Queen 's speech to his legislative agenda. The speech will then be discussed by members throughout the week. Thursday, 17. October - the Crucial two-day summit of EU leaders begins in Brussels . This is planned to be The Last such meeting before the Brexit period. Saturday, 19. October - the Date on the watch, the EU must ask for a further delay to the UK's EU-exit under the Benn Action, if no-Brexit deal was approved by the Parliament and they have agreed to have the Kingdom left with no deal. Thursday, 31. October - the Date on which the UK is due to leave the EU, with or without a resignation Agreement .
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