Business Line considers how Wallonia's blocking of the CETA agreement with Canada could give London pause for thought on its Brexit negotiations.
Belgium’s southern region of Wallonia has been dominating the news as it upset the EU’s plans for a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement with Canada.
As we see in this edition of Business Line, it shows how a tiny area can have a lot of clout – which will be important in the negotiations on the post Brexit links between the United Kingdom and the European Union.
Theresa May denies in her Commons statement, that the stalling of Ceta talks has any bearing on Brexit talks….ok— Joe Watts (@JoeWatts_) 24 octobre 2016
If Wallonia can stop CETA, surely Scotland (& NI) can stop their EU exit ?
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theresa_may</a></p>— J_Ski_Scotland (JWils60) 24 octobre 2016