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We’ve got EU on the RUN!’ Farage celebrates as Juncker admits Britain IS in control

We’ve got EU on the RUN!’ Farage celebrates as Juncker admits Britain IS in control

JEAN-CLAUDE JUNCKER is "nervous" because "cracks" are appearing in the European Union, a celebratory Nigel Farage declared tonight.

It followed an interview with a worried Jean-Claude Juncker on Saturday in which he admitted Britain was in the driving seat when it came to Brexit.

The Commission president said the UK “know very well how the can tackle this”, explaining the individual deals now possible to Theresa May’s government were a major asset.

He said: "The other EU 27 don't know it yet, but the Brits know very well how they can tackle this.

“They could promise country A this, country B that, and country C something else, and the end game is that there is not a united European front."

Nigel Farage gloatingly responded to these comments these evenings, claiming they showed Mr Juncker and his Eurocrats were “worried and nervous”.

He added the comments showed “cracks were appearing” in the united front put forward by the other 27 European Union states.

The former Ukip leader said: “I am surprised that Jean-Claude Juncker is so worried about the British.

"From a UK perspective, I am pleased to see his nervousness. Up until now we have been constantly told it is going to be us versus the other 27."

Earlier this week MPs voted to approve Theresa May’s Brexit bill, allowing her to trigger Article 50 and formally begin Britain’s EU divorce.

One the article is triggered two years of formal exit negotiations will take place with the EU itself.

Mr Juncker’s comments are a U-turn on his previous comments, in which he claimed the UK would find life incredibly outside of the bloc.

And the Commission president has even actively attempted to disrupt Britain’s new relationships with countries - including Donald Trump’s America.

During the historic visit between the new US president and Theresa May last month, the EU desperately begged the UK to keep matters informal until the country has formally left the union.

A spokesman for the European Commission said: “There is nothing in the treaties that prohibits you from discussing trade.

“You can only negotiate a trade agreement after you leave the European Union.”

Mr Juncker said in September: “I do not like that member states of the European Union, including those that are still a member state, are negotiating free trade agreements. This is an exclusive matter of the European Union.”

By JOEY MILLAR  Daily Express : 08:07, Sun, Feb 12, 2017


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