The European Union (EU) has to "leave the 'brexit' behind", "close it in one way or another", to think "about its future," Eurocamara spokesman Jaume Duch said in an interview with Efe. He believes that it is time to "exchange solid proposals" and not to "take rabbits out of the hat."

With just two weeks to go until October 31, the date set for the UK's exit from the EU, the negotiations between Brussels and London have entered a phase in which "everything is possible" and "everything intensifies", said the Director General of Communication of the European Parliament (EP).