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M/S European Parliament's (EP) Committee on Foreign Affairs, Brussels
SOT, Michel Barnier, European Chief Negotiator for Brexit (French): "There is no positive majority in the House of Commons of the country that decided to leave the EU, there are only negative majorities, a negative majority against the deal, against the no deal and negative majorities on all other options, sometimes they're very narrow majorities, as you saw yesterday night on the objective of a custom's union deal with us, the vote was lost with by only two votes but it was lost, so there are only negative majorities so far, it's not like that we should organize the withdrawal of Great Britain in a well ordered way. In order to avoid a No-deal there is only one option, they should vote on a deal first, to be honest if the UK wants to leave the European Union, there is only one treaty to follow, this one."
M/S EP's Committee on Foreign Affairs
SOT, Michel Barnier, European Chief Negotiator for Brexit (French): "Today, as things stand, a no deal option is truly likely. I have a responsibility to tell the truth. The option of no deal is truly likely, we are ready, it is not my choice, you don't really need to have a negotiator for a no deal, you need one for a deal and this is what we have done, but we have to prepare and we have been seriously preparing for months now."
M/S European Chief Negotiator for Brexit Michel Barnier
SOT, Michel Barnier, European Chief Negotiator for Brexit (French): "Brexit has monopolized the European agenda during in the recent months with a lot of energy and time, I think we should devote this energy and time to a positive agenda, I remember the suggestion of the German chancellor Angela Merkel who said in the beginning of the process that the future of the European Union is more important than Brexit and I share her opinion."
SOT, Michel Barnier, European Chief Negotiator for Brexit (French): "In this context, some have seen and continue to see Britain's exit from the European Union as a means to permanently weaken the union, and this is what we must react to. This is happening at an outside the Union, but also in internally. I recall an interesting exchange I had a couple of months ago with Nigel Farage. I mean, you know who I'm talking about, right? At the end of this exchange I asked Mr. Farage one question: 'Mr Farage you have campaigned for Brexit, you won, we respect that even if we regret it, we are in the process of drawing up the Brexit treaty' and I showed it to him, and I said, 'can you tell me how you see things afterwards? How do you see the future of our relations, between the European Union and the United Kingdom after Brexit? What is your vision?' His response was very clear. We must take note of it and remember it. He said, 'Mr. Barnier after Brexit, the European Union will no longer exist.' So these people want to destroy the European Union from inside and others from outside."
M/S EP's Committee on Foreign Affairs
EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said that a no-deal Brexit is becoming "truly likely" after MPs failed to agree on any Brexit options in the House of Commons. Barnier spoke on Brexit during the European Parliament's (EP) Committee on Foreign Affairs, in Brussels on Tuesday.
Barnier also argued that some outside as well as within the EU see Brexit as a means of crumbling the EU, noting that Brexiteers "want to destroy the European Union from inside and outside."
Last night, MPs voted on four motions for leaving the European Union, including revoking Article 50, a second referendum, a customs union and keeping the UK in the single market, but none gained a majority. The votes were not legally binding on the government and cabinet ministers had been ordered to abstain from the indicative vote motions.
The UK has ten days left to make a decision on Brexit before the April 12 deadline set by the EU and it remains uncertain if May will bring her deal up for yet another vote in the House of Commons.
The UK was originally set to leave the EU on March 29, but after the UK's House of Commons voted to reject the government's negotiated withdrawal deal for a third time, the date of departure was delayed until April 12 at the earliest. However if Parliament were to vote again and pass Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal before April 12, the exit date would shift to May 22.
Until then, the House of Commons must reach an agreement on which type of Brexit to adopt. In response to the current political uncertainty, the EU called for an emergency summit on April 10 to discuss the next steps in negotiations.
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