Juncker says would like Britain to rejoin European Union after Brexit

Juncker says would like Britain to rejoin European Union after Brexit

Juncker says would like Britain to rejoin European Union after Brexit

Admitting that he felt personally responsible for the "catastrophe", the president of the European Commission also reiterated that Brexit could be reversed.

There are differing legal opinions on whether Article 50 can be unilaterally revoked by a member state, but Mr Juncker and Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, have said they would support Britain remaining if it made a decision to do so today, so this should not be a problem, as long as both sides agree.

"We need to respect the difference of views on many things but also we need to work in a pragmatic way to improve people's lives on the island of Ireland as a whole".

'In London there was a rather irritated response to this proposal [to stay in the EU], but note that even if the British leave according to Article 50, then Article 49 would allow them to accede agian - and I would be happy to facilitate that'.

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In the past, some of the applicants have been temporary migrants who stayed for less than a year but a larger proportion of them might well stay on if the prize was a right to permanent settlement in the UK.

It comes just one day after Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, said he was open to a "change of heart" from the UK.

Mr Juncker and Mr Tusk's overtures came as a commission paper suggested the European Union is toughening its stance on the transition period after the official date of Brexit on March 29 2019.

The aviation relationship would probably remain as it is now when the U.K.is in the yet-to-be agreed transition period between its departure from the bloc in March 2019 and 2021, although the United Kingdom would lose its seat in the European Aviation Safety Agency except in exceptional circumstances.

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"I don't think it's anti-democratic for anyone to change their mind or have a second vote", he said.

"We will have left the European Union - that must mean that European Union citizens who arrive after our departure should no longer enjoy treaty rights that derive from our membership". And if they want to, they should be able to.

In Tuesday's meeting, the commission signaled that the U.K.'s refusal to sign up to European Court of Justice jurisdiction, and other obligations under EU law, risked it having the same relationship in aviation as the EU now has with the USA and Canada, a person familiar with the discussions said.

"A year on from Lancaster House, the Prime Minister must accept that Brexit on the terms it was sold is not possible, and be honest with people about the huge trade-offs ahead".

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So can Britain trigger Article 49 to reverse Brexit?

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