A Danish MEP is calling on EU leaders to stop being so negative and defensive about Brexit.
Anders Vistisen, vice chairman its Foreign Affairs Committee, points out the mutual benefits of a good trade deal between the EU and the UK and sounds a warning that failure to work constructively with the UK post-Brexit could lead to Denmark being the next country to quit the EU.
West Midlands MEP Jmes Carver, a fellow member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, said: "It is good to hear some sense being talked. Anders Vistisen's comments are astute and also priovide a timely warning to the EU that Brexit has to work for everyone or there will be further consequences of nations taking control of their own destiny."
From a Danish perspective, the EU must work constructively to secure trade and security with the UK | BrexitCentral
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