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British Conservatives consider participation in European parliament elections

The British Conservative Party aims to its members about participation in the European elections in may. The land must be according to the plans, 29 march leave

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British Conservatives consider participation in European parliament elections
The British Conservative Party aims to its members about participation in the European elections in may. The land must be according to the plans, 29 march leave the EU. But the brexitdeal that Theresa May to Brussels closed, it is already two times by a large majority in the house of Commons rejected. As possible the British and the elections for the european parliament take place on may 23, is still in the EU.

May run according to British media consultation to see if they are the Tuesday, one more time can try. For the case that again was not allowed to succeed, it is Ashley Fox, leader of the parliamentary group of the Conservatives in the european parliament, at least the candidates to the search. His fellow Parliamentarians received a Whatsapp message, which the British newspaper The Guardian quotes: “May I ask you to make this weekend even think about the question or your candidate want to be? I will be with you all individually to speak after MV3 next week.”

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With MV3 refers to Fox, to the vote on the brexitdeal in the house of Commons. That body has already voted for the postponement of the brexit. There is still no valid agreement between Brussels and London about what there is after the brexit with their business connections and relations is done.

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The question is what is there for the delay of the brexit should be done with the elections for the european parliament. Find it on may 23. Some people think that the British are taking part in need to do, if the brexit is still not regulated. Others say that the British are the elections just can ignore, or that she may be a kind of ‘catching-up-election.

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