Not up to the EU to solve Brexit crisis caused by UK - Yorkshire Post letters

Last week, Michael Gove accused the European Union of refusing to engage in negotiations. Photo: Liam McBurney/PA Wire
Last week, Michael Gove accused the European Union of refusing to engage in negotiations. Photo: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

From: Mrs S Galloway, Stirrup Close, York.

It WAS with incredulity that I read your headline (The Yorkshire Post, August 7) where Michael Gove blames the EU for not reopening negotiations.

Should the EU renegotiate with the UK? Photo: PA/Kirsty O'Connor

Should the EU renegotiate with the UK? Photo: PA/Kirsty O'Connor

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The EU stated some months ago that their negotiating team had been disbanded as the deal offered was the final one.

The UK voted to leave, the UK set up the red lines, the backstop, voted and agreed on twice, was the invention of the UK, and it was the UK who voted down the deal.

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As there has been nothing new offered by the UK, I cannot see what there is to negotiate upon.

It is not up to the EU to offer solutions to problems which are of our own making.

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Mr Gove has clearly been sent out as the sacrificial lamb by Johnson but Yorkshire folk can see through this hypocrisy and we will not be taken for fools.