When the british after the plan comes out of the EU, they have 11 months to negotiate on, among other things, trade.
The Conservative Party in the Uk with prime minister Boris Johnson in the lead with an absolute majority in the lower House heading in the direction of brexit.
After the plan ceases to be party to the Uk by the EU 31. January 2020 in which the future relation of, among others, the trade must fall into place before the end of 2020.
But 11 months is not a long time to negotiate the outstanding in place, and it puts the british in a difficult position against the european UNION. It assesses Henrik Larsen, a professor in the Department of Political science at the University of Copenhagen, denmark.
- There is a lot to, because there are many details that must be negotiated. The EU's heavy to dance with, and it may well be that the british don't get what they want.
- The short time is going to mean that the british are in the weak position, because they must have an agreement. Otherwise, the situation will be that as smoking out without any agreement. It weakens the uk's position, " says Henrik Larsen.
Boris Johnson has, on Friday morning said that the election results indicate that "the conservative government got a strong mandate to get the brexit completed".
Several people have pointed out that the overwhelming majority for The Conservative Party because the british are sick and tired of hearing about brexit and therefore just want out.
But they release the "no way" to hear about brexit, although brexitkursen now been put, assesses Henrik Larsen.
- There can be a long time before parliament must relate to it. On the way people come not to hear much about it in the first time.
- But it is facing terrible back, because there must be an agreement. And it should probably be ratified in the house of Commons to the big debate, " says Henrik Larsen.
the industry association Danish business also points out that the major sticking points still remain.
- A hard brexit is unfortunately not taken of the table, if the Uk holds firm in the negotiations to be completed in 2020.
- Therefore, there is still a risk, and it should Danish companies prepare themselves, says managing director Brian Mikkelsen, in a written comment.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 13 December 2019, 11:00