Negotiators scramble for a last attempt to come up with a Brexit deal

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The U.K. and EU are heading into a busy week of talks attempting to churn out a last-minute Brexit deal a good 3 years since the U.K. voted to leave.

Nevertheless, a deal to please both sides has been elusive and has brought much speculation on various interests, logistics and how the relationship between the two would look into the future.

With only days to go, PM Johnson has an almighty task ahead of him, should he fail, by October 19th to reach an agreement he is legally bound to request an extension of the leave date.

Although last week seemed to be the last round of talks, negotiators are willing to pursue the matter until this Wednesday.

Westminster will be resuming this coming Saturday and vote on a Brexit deal if an agreement can be reached at the upcoming EU summit, making the first time U.K. Parliament has been attended by MPs on a Saturday since the Falklands War crisis in 1982.




Source: Smart Trend Team