London, 17 November (IANS). A senior UK official has said that there has been no change in the country’s red line regarding its future relations with the European Union (EU). The two sides continued their talks in Brussels this week.
According to Xinhua, on Monday, British Health Minister Matt Hancock told Sky News, “Our red line has not changed and we are ready for whatever results will come.”
He said, of course our priority is to let the deal happen and it is open to Europeans if they choose to make progress which is necessary.
A spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday urged the European Union to take a more realistic stance, with Hahnock in tune.
He said, though some progress has been made in recent times, a lot of work has to be done and time is very short.
The spokesman said that if we want to progress further in the coming days, then we need to see more realism than this.