London (Reuters) – Despite the ” no ” vote from Brussels, the British Prime Minister, Theresa May insists the Brexit on renegotiations with the European Union and expected a “pragmatic solution”.

“If I return to Brussels, I will fight for great Britain and Northern Ireland,” wrote May in the “Sunday Telegraph”. Still, there is, but according to EU figures, no date for a Meeting with May.

The head of government wrote in the newspaper: “I’m going to be armed with a fresh mandate, with new ideas and new determination, to agree to a pragmatic solution that provides the Brexit, the British people voted, and at the same time ensures that there is no hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.”

However, the EU refuses to renegotiate with May closed exit agreement. In particular, Brussels insists on the agreed guarantee for an open border on the island of Ireland, the so-called Backstop. The from London desired, and not further described Alternatives, the EU does not consider to be realistic. On Wednesday will vote on EU-great-grandson, Donald Tusk, with the Irish Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar.

May, initially, only up to 13. February: you will report to the British Parliament report. The lower house had rejected the withdrawal agreement in the middle of January, and last week, for a Change of the Backstops voted. The British EU exit for the 29. March announced. There is no solution, or shift, threatening economic dislocations and insecurity for millions of citizens.

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