With Theresa May’s eroding leadership back home, she is hard pressed to portray that enough ground has been covered to label them as sufficient progress. The Brexit negotiations, one of the most complex since WW2, will determine Britain’s economic future.
As per Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, the EU will gain more clarity as to whether sufficient progress has been made on the Brexit negotiations after he meets British Prime Minister Theresa May on December.
“I will meet the British prime minister on 4 December. Then we will see if there has been sufficient progress,” said Juncker in Brussels to reporters ahead of an EU summit that May is attending.
Juncker said there had been progress in Brexit talks.