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World America 27 Dec 2019 Heartbroken European ...

Heartbroken European Union pens love letter to UK

AFP
Published Dec 27, 2019, 1:34 am IST
Updated Dec 27, 2019, 1:34 am IST
Britons voted by a 52 to 48 per cent margin to leave the other 27 EU member states in a 2016 referendum.
Frans Timmermans
 Frans Timmermans

London: A top Brussels official has written a ‘love letter’ to Britain expressing his grief at its decision to leave the European Union — and stressing it was always welcome back.

“I know you now. And I love you. For who you are and what you gave me. I’m like an old lover. I know your strengths and weaknesses,” European Commission vice-president Frans Timmermans wrote in Thursday’s edition of The Guardian newspaper.

 

“You have decided to leave. It breaks my heart, but I respect that decision,” he added in a missive titled My love letter to Britain: family ties can never really be severed.

The Dutchman’s letter concluded with the words: “We’re not going away and you will always be welcome to come back.” The prospects of Prime Minister Boris Johnson reversing his decision to take Britain out of the European Union on January 31 are close to nil.

Johnson won a thumping majority in this month’s general election on a promise to “get Brexit done” after more than three years of indecision and delays.

 

Britons voted by a 52 to 48 per cent margin to leave the other 27 EU member states in a 2016 referendum.

Most opinion polls indicate a slight majority in favour of remaining in the European Union today.

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