The EU has acknowledged that the withdrawal agreement can be changed, says Michael Gove.
The United Kingdom’s negotiations with the European Union on Brexit, has recorded a significant movement in recent weeks. This was disclosed by the minister in charge of coordinating ‘No-Deal’ preparations, Michael Gove.
According to him, until recently, the EU had maintained that the withdrawal agreement was sacrosanct but now, they have acknowledged that it can be changed. European leaders also recently disclosed that they are not emotionally attached to the backstop as against their initial stand that the backstop was invaluable.