Some of the Norwegian politicians are said to have discarded the British cross-party intention to make UK exit EU. The UK must get the permission from Norway to enter into the Efta club. The British cross-party would be called as Norway-plus which was also criticized by David Miliband, the ex-labour foreign secretary and former universities minister of Tory Jo Johnson. Both the former ministers have jointly condemned the Norway-plus plan which is said to have created a potential deadlock.
Norway-plus is one of the most flexible forms of the Brexit that needs UK to get support in linking with different grouping featuring Liechtenstein, Norway and Iceland. According to Jo Johnson, Norway-plus will not be able to succeed on referendum and it will be undignified making it worst for the entire world. Also Stephen Kinnock, a Norway-plus Labour advocate told that Efta can easily move out from European court and about ten cabinet ministers have supported the Norway-plus plan.
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