According to the prime minister of Great Britain, the first version of the transaction which has offered the EU, in fact, assumes preservation of the country as a part of European Economic Area. Whether some exit will be found? Theresa May. Photo: Jack Taylor/Reuters the Prime minister of Great Britain Theresa May considers that negotiations between London and Brussels on "Brexit" have come to a standstill. She has said it on Friday, September 21, during the performance on the British television. "At a present late stage of negotiations it is unacceptably simple to reject a position of other party without detailed explanations and counter offers" — May has told. According to the prime minister, the first version of the transaction which has offered the EU, in fact, assumes preservation of Britain as a part of European Economic Area and in the European Customs union. "Uncontrollable immigration from the EU will continue, and we won't be able to conclude commercial transactions which we want, with other countries. It would be a sneer at a referendum which we had held two years ago" — May has told. The CEO of the Russian council for the international affairs Andrey Kortunov is sure: that to London it is good — to Brussels death. And vice versa. Andrey Kortunov the CEO of the Russian council for the international affairs "Meanwhile a position of an office and ruling Conservative party comes down to the fact that the decision is made that it isn't subject to revision and that it should be carried out therefore fight goes between supporters of rigid "Brexit" and supporters of soft "Brexit" now. Ideally, of course, the present leadership of Great Britain would like to keep to the maximum such relations which exist between London and Brussels. Well, in particular, it concerns free trade, access to the European markets which, of course, are of very great importance for Great Britain. But the best conditions for Great Britain are the worst conditions for Brussels. And it is clear that in Brussels wouldn't like to create a precedent, that is wouldn't like to give vent to Britain such of the EU which could become temptation for some other countries deliberating over whether not to follow them London". Analysts of the Danish Saxo Bank investigated possible consequences for Great Britain of so-called rigid "Brexit", that is an exit from the EU without pre-trial detention of bilateral contracts. In a playful manner experts have given concrete examples. So, fans of cheese most of all can suffer. Britain should return to rules of the WTO, and it assumes big duties which can reach 74%, Saxo Bank considers. Besides, more than retail prices for wine, also because of excises will grow by 20%. "To somebody to pour some cider?" — analysts of bank ask a question. Rigid "Brexit" will become blow for Great Britain, but not deadly, the head of Carfax Education group of companies Alexander Nikitich:aleksandr Nikitich the head of Carfax Education group of companies "Quite naturally considers that an exit of Great Britain if he happens without any arrangements to Evrosoyuzo
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