Boris Johnson visits Merkel – The chaos of Brexit threatens in autumn – domestic politics


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (55) will come to Germany!

Johnson will meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel (65, CDU) in Berlin next Wednesday. A meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron is scheduled for Thursday (41).

Previously, government spokesman Steffen Seibert (59) announced that he would come to a meeting between Merkel and the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, but this does not include a specific date.

On both dates of Boris Johnson, a theme will dominate the agenda: Brexit!

It is becoming increasingly likely that Britain will leave the EU without an agreement. Premier Johnson wants to lead the country out of the international community at the end of October at the end of the Brexit deadline, "come as it should". If Brussels does not engage in the renegotiation of negotiations with its previous Brexit Theresa May contract, Johnson wants to withdraw, if necessary, without an agreement.

According to media reports, it should make it clear that there must be a new agreement on Brexit and that Parliament will not cancel the outcome of the referendum. But the EU strictly rejects the changes in agreement.

According to a Sunday Times report, the London government is predicting food, medicine and gasoline bottlenecks in the event of a severe Brexit. The newspaper is based on leaked government documents.

But that's not all: it is assumed that there has been a blockade of seaports for several months, a hard border with Ireland and the increase in social costs!

The Operation Yellowhammer dossier, which deals with the most likely effects of a no-deal brexit, was compiled by the government office. The office should assist the Prime Minister and the ministers in their work.

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