For months, even years currently, Brussels has been urging the united kingdom to “tell us what you would like and extremely want!”
And nonetheless there’s no fast happening of Brexit joy across the Channel.
EU governments recognize tolerably by now that Wednesday’s votes might not show a clear image of Brexit.
Even if they did, European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker can illustrate that the EU’s solely “interlocutor” – or equivalent – remains Her Majesty’s government, led by Theresa May, and not UK MPs.
Would she be willing to shuttle as a go-between on behalf of Parliament, that has chosen to ignore her negotiated Brexit deal?
So the EU sees nonetheless a lot of uncertainty ahead.
And that’s unhealthy for business, off-putting for international investors, it costs a fortune in no-deal planning and might have an effect on opinion polls in European countries most littered with Brexit.
Which isn’t to mention the EU priorities certainty enough to pursue a no-deal Brexit.