But that’s nonsense as no discussions can take place until Article 50 has been triggered? As I understand it, it is only when Article 50 is triggered that our formal intention to leave is registered and only then can any negotians begin with the Member States regarding the terms of exit.
There is a legal procedure to be followed so I understand that we cannot present our agenda for discussion to EU leaders until Article 50 has actually been triggered. I believe we have given a date for Article 50 to be triggered by end of March 2017 so any frustration by EU leaders is misplaced as far as I can see. We are simply following the procedures laid down by the EU?
I don’t read British newspapers either as I live and work in France.