No-deal Brexit worst scenario for UK and EU: PM

Poland’s PM Mateusz Morawiecki critically commented on the House of Commons’ March 14 vote in favour of renegotiating Brexit conditions.

“No-deal Brexit is the worst scenario for both Great Britain and the European Union,” tweeted Mateusz Morawiecki, adding that “we will do our best to avoid that.”

The House of Commons voted against the so-called “hard Brexit” and postponed any binding decision at least till June 30, 2019.

However, the parliament’s decision to revert to solution-seeking does not imply that the UK will not leave the EU by the Brexit original date, namely March 29. This scenario, however, became less likely in the light of March 14 developments.

The Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz announced on Thursday, March 14, that Poland will back the UK's request to extend talks with the European Union about Brexit. Mr Czaputowicz’s stance on Brexit resonates with PM Morawiecki’s words that a "hard Brexit" would be the worst solution for both parties.