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Emmanuel Macron Says British Government Doesn’t Do What It Says



Emmanuel Macron accused Boris Johnson’s authorities of failing to maintain its phrase on Brexit

Paris, France:

French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday accused UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s authorities of failing to maintain its phrase on Brexit, however stated he was prepared to re-engage in good religion.

“The problem with the British government is that it does not do what it says,” Macron instructed a information convention, including nonetheless that there “had been progress” within the final weeks and that France needed full cooperation with London. 

“I love Great Britain, I love its people. I have an overwhelming desire to have a government that wants to works with us in good faith,” he added. 

He recalled current tensions over migrants crossing the Channel and a row over the granting of British fishing licences to French fishermen, which he stated he hoped can be resolved earlier than a French deadline on Friday, regardless of the UK denying that they’re working to any such time framework.

Referring to Britain’s position in secretly negotiating the sale of US-designed submarines to Australia in September — on the expense of French ones —  he stated this was “not the most obvious sign of friendship, to use understatement”. 

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