noviorbis77 wrote:Klaus wrote:von der Leyen is indeed worried that the UK is still on its self-destructive course by restricting its own options to a time frame which won't allow for a really substantial trade deal to be finished. All that dawdling on the UK side has now wasted much of the transition phase so the UK has less and less hope of getting a good deal in the little time that still remains.
As always, though, the damage from Boris' course will be most severe on the UK. The EU doesn't welcome such self-harm and will see some effects, too, but comparatively minor ones.
So no, no "tables have turned": The UK still has the short end of the stick. UK-domestic propaganda just keeps misrepresenting the actual situation, as usual.
Which EU propaganda did you read that allowed you to believe this opinion?
Read the articles below. Should you not convice (as you'll probably dismiss The Guardian as being a source of information), the last link contains a video where she mentions this to the EU Parliament in person. At no point she thinks that a no-deal will do the EU more harm than the UK. Thus how you think the tables are turned is somewhat strange considerng Von Leyen's comments.