Former minister Davis: UK will reset Brexit plans after Salzburg

LONDON (Reuters) – Former Brexit Secretary David Davis mentioned he anticipated Prime Minister Theresa Might’s authorities to vary course on Brexit after an off-the-cuff assembly of EU leaders in Salzburg subsequent week.

Britain’s former Brexit Secretary David Davis speaking on the Marr Present on BBC tv in London, Britain, September 2, 2018. Jeff Overs/BBC/Handout by way of REUTERS

Davis mentioned the present Brexit proposals from Might would solely be acceptable to the EU with European Court docket of Justice oversight which British negotiators could be unable to comply with.

“So my view is that they’ll find yourself in a unique place, a reset, after Salzburg,” Davis informed reporters. “My view is the best choice is Free Commerce Plus.”

Reporting by Kylie MacLellan, modifying by Man Faulconbridge

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