London, June 19: Even after the Finsbury Park incident, London does not seem to stop its Brexit talks with the EU. Almost after a year, since the UK voted to leave the European Union, Brexit talks finally commences today. British Brexit Secretary David Davis arrives at Brussels to meet European Union’s chief negotiator Michael Barnier. The complicated negotiation of the Brexit began at 11 am today. Meanwhile, Britain suffers a major terror fever and a hanging Parliament, Prime Minister Theresa May speaks ahead of an alliance with the Democratic Unionist Party.
British officials are likely to push for an agreement on trade relations to be dealt with alongside a deal on the withdrawal process. David Davis from Britain is accompanied with 9 most senior civil officials that will help in the negotiation process along with him. Officials from Treasury and Home Office as well as Mark Sedwill, the National Security Advisor for Theresa May will also be present at the meeting today.
The Brexit deal will shape the future of European Union and United Kingdom. The negotiation deal is also expected to speak about the divorce bill that the Britain has to pay as a result of leaving the EU. The discussions would also focus on Northern Ireland borders, issues related to citizens rights and other separation issues.
In the meanwhile course, new Taoiseach Leo Varadkar will meet British PM Theresa May in London this afternoon to speak on the lines of security of the Irish citizens and that the ‘rights and freedom’ should be maintained for Ireland and its populace. This will be Varadkar’s first official visit to the U.K.