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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

How Europe responded to Brexit deal overcome

The European Union and European governments cautioned on Tuesday that the British Parliament's dismissal of a Brexit deal increased the danger of a cluttered withdrawal from the coalition.

Europe news:Following are a portion of the key responses to the vote, which saw MPs vote by an enormous 432 to 202 votes against the assention: 

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"I ask the United Kingdom to clear up its goals at the earliest opportunity. Time is nearly up," — European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker. 

"The Withdrawal Agreement is a reasonable trade off and the most ideal arrangement. It lessens the harm caused by Brexit for nationals and organizations crosswise over Europe. It is the best way to guarantee a methodical withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. 

"The danger of a dislocated withdrawal of the United Kingdom has expanded with this present night's vote. While we don't need this to occur, the European Commission will proceed with its possibility work to help guarantee the EU is completely arranged." 

"In the event that an arrangement is unthinkable, and nobody needs no arrangement, who will at long last have the boldness to state what the main positive arrangement is?" — EU Council president Donald Tusk, who included the remaining EU27 "will stay joined together". 

"It's presently up to the British government to state what the following stage is. The EU will stay joined together and resolved to discover an arrangement." — The EU's boss Brexit mediator Michel Barnier. 


"This is a severe day for Europe. We are all around arranged — yet a hard Brexit would be the least alluring decision, for the EU and GB [Great Britain]." — German Finance Minister and Vice-Chancellor Olaf Scholz. 

"A hard Brexit will be the most exceedingly awful everything being equal." — Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, pioneer of Chancellor Angela Merkel's inside right CDU gathering and her probable successor. 


"The weight is fundamentally on them." — President Emmanuel Macron, alluding to Britain. The British individuals would be "the greatest failures" of a no-bargain alternative, he said. 

"In any case, we should arrange a progress period with them on the grounds that the British can't stand to never again have planes taking off or arriving at home, and their markets, as much as 70 percent, is provided with [products] from mainland Europe." 


"Unfortunately, the result of today around evening time's vote builds the danger of a dislocated Brexit. Therefore, the legislature will keep on increasing arrangements for such a result," government articulation. 


"Regardless, there will be no renegotiations on the withdrawal understanding." — Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, in a tweet. 


"An unordered exit would be negative for the EU and disastrous for the U.K." — Spanish head Pedro Sanchez. 

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