EU 'mood' outlined as bloc prepares for no deal – 'It's happening and it's ...

BRUSSELS correspondent for Express.co.uk, Joe Barnes, has revealed the mood of EU politicians as Boris Johnson nudges the UK towards a no deal Brexit.

PUBLISHED: 12:07, Thu, Aug 1, 2019 | UPDATED: 12:10, Thu, Aug 1, 2019

Express.co.uk Brussels correspondent Joe Barnes explained that the EU’s mood shows that they have accepted a no deal Brexit is going to happen and insist it's Britain's fault. Barnes was joining presenter Rebecca Hutson and Head of News Paul Baldwin. Mr Baldwin began by asking whether Mr Barnes felt a last moment agreement was likely to occur between new Prime Minister Mr Johnson and the EU.

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He asked: “Do you get any sense, Joe, that what might be happening here is what happens in the transfer window.

“In that, all the deals are done in the last minute of the last hour of the last day.

“All up until that is pushing and shoving and jockeying for position and elbowing.”

Mr Barnes agreed and added: “That is the classic EU style, isn’t it.

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uRSULA VON DER LEYEN MACRON bREXITJoe Barnes noted that the EU would not come create a no agree a new deal at the last minute (Image: Getty)

“The candlelit summits, waiting until the coffee has gone cold. But, I don’t see that happening now.

“The mood is very much no deal is going to happen, it is going to be Britain’s fault.

“Because Britain had a deal that was offered and agreed by the British government and the EU.

“Now you have rejected it

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