UK is ready to talk Brexit negotiations with EU


The UK is ready to revisit Brexit. On Monday, Britain opened negotiations with the European Union to leave the bloc, which proponents believe will protect the nation's identity and ensure its independence in the world. The referendum was declared back on June 23, 2016, but Britain failed to make progress. The two-year exiting process was underway on March 29th with finals plans on the outcome due by 2019. Britain itself encountered issues of its own when Prime Minister Theresa May lost the majority vote on June 8th while the EU was ready to plan its future without the nation. UK negotiator David Davis and the EU negotiation team leader Michel Barnier are working on the final bill for Britain to pay upon their exit. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson issued a statement about the UK's future plans without its 27 other EU members: “The most important thing for us is to look to the horizon, raise our eyes to the horizon. In the long run, this will be good for the U.K. and good for the