Time is running out. On December 31, the United Kingdom will officially leave the European Union. But trade disagreements still exist between the two parties and, for now, negotiations do not appear to be on the verge of success. A situation which does not surprise Nicolas Bay. “The UK defends its interests”, remarks the MEP (RN), political guest of 11 p.m. Sunday 13 December. “The European institutions have done everything to make this as bad as possible.”

Brexit could in particular harm French fishermen, who may no longer have the right to go to British waters. “Fishing should have been a central topic from the start, but it was put aside, says Nicolas Bay. And suddenly, a few days before the deadline, we discover that there is a major problem that seems insurmountable. “

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