For the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, the Brexit negotiations seem to be even more difficult. As the newspaper Sunday Times reports, citing ‘ sources, has rejected the European Union a proposal may’s trade policy. The Prime Minister had sought a so-called independent mechanism, with the UK after Brexit a temporary customs agreement with the EU would have been able to finish. The dispute is mainly on the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland.

Also wrote the sheet, four British Minister consider a retreat from may’s Cabinet. A Minister, the Sunday Times quoted with the words, now the time must make, to the May of the EU is clear that the community compromises should be addressed or the UK will leave the EU without a controlled discharge of the contract.

on Friday, the newspaper The Sun reported that British Cabinet members had proposed to the Prime Minister a Plan B for the case of an unregulated Brexit. The Plan B should be May be two years more time, if your Plan is for the EU not to have accepted the exit by the British Parliament.

including The unnamed Minister suggested, according to the report, that the UK could pay up to 2021 continue to be a member of the EU contributions and the rules of the block, follow, severe consequences of a hard Brexit avert. May have referred to the Plan as currently required.

, to Open the border for good Friday agreement

Britain wants to leave the EU at the end of March 2019. Particularly controversial in the exit negotiations, the border traffic between the EU member Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland. Ireland is opposed to a hard limit with the resulting border controls.

An open border on the island of Ireland as being crucial for the continued success of the good Friday agreement, which ended in 1998, the civil war in Northern Ireland. The negotiators are looking for a temporary solution, which will automatically come into force, if there is initially no agreement in principle. The government in London wants to place a time limit on such a stopgap measure, which is opposed to the EU.