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And hard Brexiteers will be emboldened by the reports of German industry finally voicing its concerns (as they always said it would) reported in several UK papers and in Politico: Chaotic Brexit getting `dangerously close': German business group

Germany's BDI business group said Thursday it fears a "chaotic Brexit" is "dangerously close," and warned that such an outcome could dent German economic growth.

"A chaotic Brexit is now getting dangerously close to happening," BDI President Dieter Kempf said in Berlin. "Companies are looking into the abyss in these times."

and that the following also appeared in Politico - Merkel urges EU and UK to find Brexit compromise

"To the last day, I will work towards finding a treaty-based solution for a deal for the U.K.'s exit, and I will work towards having the best kind of relations afterward," she added.

"No Deal" is off the agenda on both sides of the channel, but not in Downing Street, nor in UK law as it currently stands?

by oldremainmer48 on Sun Jan 20th, 2019 at 12:19:48 PM EST
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