When the two sides entered into the fourth round of trade negotiations this week, reports suggested there was heightened tension in the atmosphere. Before the negotiators locked horns for the fourth time, officials from both sides said they needed to “clear the air”.
- British Fisherman suspicious by Barniers generosity over fishing redlines.
- OUR REACTION /// Boris spoke to Merkel on the phone, Merkel isn’t happy!
- High paid civil servants use eye watering sums of public funds to pay for tax bills.
- German Fishing director states, EU won’t buy fish from Britain, unless we have free access to your fish rich waters.
- Merkel isn’t happy, as Boris Johnson gives a personal reminder “The UK equally would be ready to leave the transition period on Australia terms”.
Boris Johnson, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and European Council President Charles Michel will hold talks later this summer to take stock of the process. EU continues to hold hope that the UK will capitulate by extending negotiations beyond the said year-end deadline.