‘If the EU thinks that I will agree to these terms, they are greatly mistaken,’ she claimed by commenting the inadmissibility of the division of the economies of Northern Ireland and the rest of the country.
May said, the option, in which the UK continues to be part of the European Economic Area and adhere to common rules, is also unacceptable.
‘I have always been saying that the absence of agreement better than a bad agreement. However, I have also said that the exit from the EU with an agreement would be the best option; this is why I offered the third option. Yesterday, Donald Tusk without giving reasons claimed that our proposals undermine the united market. This is why we're at an impasse,’ she noted.
The Prime Minister believes that the European Union has to give reasons of failure to achieve the agreement and offer alternative options.
‘Until it is done, we can’t achieve any progress,’ May noted.
As it was reported earlier, President of the European Council Donald Tusk claimed based on the results of an informal summit of the leaders of the EU countries that the plan suggested by Great Britain won’t work out. He is sure that the proposed structure of the economic interaction won’t work because it can undermine the united market.