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Against the Background of a potential unregulated Brexits was on the phone with the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, with EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker and European Council President Donald Tusk. Results initially remained open. A spokesman for Juncker said only: “It was an exchange of information on both sides. The two have agreed to stay in contact.”

About Tusk’s conversation with May was officially know nothing. The great-grandson tweeted that he had spoken to May about “the next steps on the British side”.

Chancellor Merkel and the Dutch Prime Minister Rutte on the phone with May. Rutte said the Briton, according to the news Agency Reuters that he may see how the Deal between the EU and the UK could still be changed. The EU and the UK negotiated exit contract was recently failed in the British Parliament. In London is now looking for a way to have an uncontrolled withdrawal of Britain from the EU by the end of March to avert. May want to explain their “Plan B”.

The Federal government wants to wait and see first. It is now up to the British to make the next step, said government spokesman Steffen Seibert in Berlin. On the question of whether the Federal government could renegotiate the exit agreement between the EU and the UK-exclusive, Seibert said: “the UK is now your turn to say what should be the next step, a possible new direction, a new proposal.”

German Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU), and May have already spoken on Thursday, Seibert said. It went about how it is going on now. Details also Seibert mentioned.

on the question of a possible postponement of the exit date EU waving-diplomats. May has explained that she does not want to request this. In the EU, reference is made to the fact that it is still two and a half months, until 29. March. “A possibly necessary shift we could also decide in the middle of March,” said an EU Diplomat. A prerequisite is, however, that there was a negotiation.

graphics to Brexit-Poker state-of-the negotiations, So it could go on

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