EU Must Now Reinvent Itself Post Brexit, Says Guerot

European Union leaders called for an orderly British withdrawal from the bloc to minimize instability as they pledged to learn lessons from the U.K.’s political earthquake and do better at serving their citizens. As EU government chiefs took the historic step of meeting without one of the bloc’s members for the first time, they lamented the British decision to part ways then began to lay plans for a new union minus its second-largest economy. That included setting the parameters of Britain’s future relationship with the EU, and insisting that negotiations to finalize secession won’t be started until the U.K. gives official notification of departure. European Democracy Lab Director General Ulrike Guerot discusses with "On the Move" hosts Guy Johnson in London and Caroline Hyde in Berlin.

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