British Prime Minister Theresa May will soon release new Brexit negotiating papers amid reports that cabinet ministers are discussing whether to go ahead with trade talks with the European Union.
In her first week back in Downing Street following her three-week holiday, May will unveil five formal papers on key elements of the negotiations that include the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), data protection, and goods and services after Brexit, The Independent reports.
This comes one week before Brexit Secretary David Davis goes to Brussels for the next round of talks which have so far failed to bring progress on two key demands from EU negotiators, one on citizens’ rights and the other, the financial settlement.
Cabinet ministers are worried that the EU 27 could delay a decision on whether to continue negotiating a future trade deal by two months.
Prior to the release of the documents, Davis (pictured below) said his…