Brussels urges London to avoid a disorderly exit of the UK from the EU

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker urged London to clarify its intentions after a failed vote on the “Brexit” Treaty. In the European Parliament there are calls to think about the second referendum.

After a failed vote in the British Parliament on the agreement on the “Brexit” in the EU want to know the further intentions of London. In particular, there are calls to consider the option of a second referendum.

The European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker regrets that the House of Commons did not support the agreement, which was agreed by the British government and the European Union. On the part of the EU process of ratification of the Treaty of withdrawal continues, said in a statement Juncker, published on Tuesday evening, January 15.

“The risk of a disorderly exit of the United Kingdom (from the EU) increased after the vote this evening… I call on the United Kingdom to clarify its intentions as soon as possible. Time is almost up, ” Juncker said.