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Mette Frederiksen said the European Union should be 'as flexible and positive as possible' in its negotiations over Brexit

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  1. Grzmot
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    What's this statement even supposed to mean? Denmark suggests they're up for reopening the deal, but then the PM's office states that: So what's this then? Publicly trying to appease the UK cause...

    What's this statement even supposed to mean? Denmark suggests they're up for reopening the deal, but then the PM's office states that:

    Contacted by Bloomberg, Frederiksen’s press office said her comments did not indicate that Denmark was willing to re-open the negotiations over the withdrawal agreement.

    So what's this then? Publicly trying to appease the UK cause Denmark has significant interests in keeping them appeased? As far as I know, Denmark is a major trade partner with the UK when it comes to shipping goods across the sea between the island and mainland Europe.

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  2. zaarn
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    At this point, if the UK is not willing to accept the deal, I'm all for a hard no-deal brexit. You can't have your cake and eat it too, Mr. Johnson.

    At this point, if the UK is not willing to accept the deal, I'm all for a hard no-deal brexit. You can't have your cake and eat it too, Mr. Johnson.

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