Negotiation Dead line passes, Boris to consider options after EU council summit.

It’s been reported that Boris Johnson was “left disappointed” after his phone conversation with European Commission President Ursula Von Dee Leyen after it was clear that progress hadn’t been made over the last few weeks for a deal to be ready.

Initially, Boris said he would be walking away if a deal wasn’t ready by October 15th but with advice to carry on by Britains negotiator Lord Frost has made Boris rethink his exit date. Boris has said he will be reflection what’s to do after the European council meeting.

Boris Johnson’s spokesperson said: “The Prime Minister noted the desirability of a deal, but expressed his disappointment that more progress had not been made over the past two weeks.

“The Prime Minister said that he looked forward to hearing the outcome of the European Council, and would reflect before setting out the UK’s next steps.”

In the Times newspaper, a close source to the negotiations confirms that British Trade negotiator Lord Frost has advised the PM not to walk away from the talks instead sticking to the negotiations and see if the gaps on areas around fishing and Level playing field can be bridged.

In a separate tweet by Ursula Von Der Leyen, she said: “Took stock of negotiations with the UK in a call with @BorisJohnson, together with @eucopresident.”

The EU is working on a deal, but not at any price. Conditions must be right, on fisheries, level-playing field and governance.
Still a lot of work ahead of us.

The question remains, should the PM hang in there and continue these negotiations or walk from the negotiation table?

10 thoughts on “Negotiation Dead line passes, Boris to consider options after EU council summit.

  1. Walk away NOW – they are playing us like a fish on a hook. Enough is enouigh – walk away or lose all credibility.

  2. Stick to your promise to walk away as the more you extend the more the EU will dig their heels in realising your threats are meaningless and you will capitulate in order to avoid a no deal. If you do capitulate you will never be trusted again and it could finish the Tory party!

  3. I think Boris Johnson should walk away as the EU are just messing us (the UK) around and have no intention of giving the UK a deal. If the EU want to give the UK a deal, why do they (EU) keep harping on about level-playing field, governance & fisheries Why don’t they (EU) accept that we are going to take back our waters completely The EU must accept that the UK won’t agree to the level-playing field, governance & their fishing demands. David Frost & Borins Johnson must continually stand firm against the EU.

  4. Walk now….. EU has no rights what so ever to DEMAND continued access to BRITISH waters, question is… Aren’t they ” Cherry picking ” ….Hypocrites the lot of em. They are no longer in “OUR CLUB” and so they should not expect to govern our rules or if OUR government wants to aid BRITISH company’s that are in trouble ? and don’t get me started on the ECJ ….OUR courts & our justice

  5. Walk away, no deal. Stick to your promises please Boris. We did vote to leave, no deal. We can be Great Britain again if you do as promised

  6. I said earlier, Boris’s strategy of missing a “reply” day, backfired with Barnier reciprocating. The days for negotiation are shortening. And Ursula is not for rocking the EU boat. Who will blink first.? Our only recourse is to keep talking, keep to our position and Do Not Back Down – And at the end of December, we will be in a different International position. Our Nation is waiting with confident anticipation.

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10 thoughts on “Negotiation Dead line passes, Boris to consider options after EU council summit.

  1. Walk away NOW – they are playing us like a fish on a hook. Enough is enouigh – walk away or lose all credibility.

  2. Stick to your promise to walk away as the more you extend the more the EU will dig their heels in realising your threats are meaningless and you will capitulate in order to avoid a no deal. If you do capitulate you will never be trusted again and it could finish the Tory party!

  3. I think Boris Johnson should walk away as the EU are just messing us (the UK) around and have no intention of giving the UK a deal. If the EU want to give the UK a deal, why do they (EU) keep harping on about level-playing field, governance & fisheries Why don’t they (EU) accept that we are going to take back our waters completely The EU must accept that the UK won’t agree to the level-playing field, governance & their fishing demands. David Frost & Borins Johnson must continually stand firm against the EU.

  4. Walk now….. EU has no rights what so ever to DEMAND continued access to BRITISH waters, question is… Aren’t they ” Cherry picking ” ….Hypocrites the lot of em. They are no longer in “OUR CLUB” and so they should not expect to govern our rules or if OUR government wants to aid BRITISH company’s that are in trouble ? and don’t get me started on the ECJ ….OUR courts & our justice

  5. Walk away, no deal. Stick to your promises please Boris. We did vote to leave, no deal. We can be Great Britain again if you do as promised

  6. I said earlier, Boris’s strategy of missing a “reply” day, backfired with Barnier reciprocating. The days for negotiation are shortening. And Ursula is not for rocking the EU boat. Who will blink first.? Our only recourse is to keep talking, keep to our position and Do Not Back Down – And at the end of December, we will be in a different International position. Our Nation is waiting with confident anticipation.

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