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EU slams Johnson’s Brexit proposal as ‘untried, revocable’

The European Commission has said it needs Britain to put forward “a workable solution now” ahead of next week’s summit of EU leaders with Brexit negotiations at a crucial stage, not “untried and revocable” arrangements at the Irish border.

EU leaders need time to prepare for the gathering, commission spokeswoman Mina Andreeva on Monday in Brussels said, after several EU leaders urged London to overhaul the proposal by the end of the week.

Brussels on Monday said it needed Britain to present a viable proposal for the post-Brexit UK-Irish border, rather than “untried” arrangements that could be subject to cancellation.

Negotiations are approaching crunch time, with EU leaders set to meet next week to discuss how to proceed with Brexit.

European Commission spokeswoman Mina Andreeva on Monday said the heads of government would need revised UK proposals in time to prepare for the talks. The plans, currently with the EU, were submitted by the UK last week.

“I think we all agree we need a workable solution now and not something based on untried and revocable arrangements that would be left to negotiation during the transition period,” Andreeva said.

“As we have also recalled, the UK proposals presented last week do not meet at present the objectives of the protocol on Ireland and Northern Ireland,” she said, referring to negotiating terms agreed in 2017.

“This is also the shared view of European Parliament, but also all member states.”

Legal requirement to delay?

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted he will not seek to delay Brexit further and that Britain will leave the EU on October 31.

However, he may be forced to request an extension from Brussels because of a law passed by members of parliament aimed at stopping a potentially economically calamitous no-deal exit from the bloc.

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