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Expert: Third time's the charm for May

"Expert: Third time's the charm for May" "the Volatility of the house could have softened the hardest brexitörerna and Theresa Mays agreements may be on th

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Expert: Third time's the charm for May
"Expert: Third time's the charm for May"

"the Volatility of the house could have softened the hardest brexitörerna and Theresa Mays agreements may be on the way through, according to Nicholas Aylott, an expert on british politics."

"– It may be third time lucky for May, " says the political scientist."

"Theresa Mays, the government succeeded in dodging a proposal to give the parliament greater power over the brexitprocessen with the numbers 314-312."

" the Process would have looked very different if the government had not done. It was with only two votes margin, but the government still has control over the agenda. Now May after all, a realistic chance to get through his contract, said Nicholas Aylott, associate professor in political science at Södertörn university college."

"the Prime minister has twice been brutally overruled when she submitted the draft contract. But the past few days votes might have changed the situation, says political scientist."

" It sounds as if the hardest brexitörerna taken that there will not be a brexit without a contract. The realization has begun to sink in that it becomes the government's brexit, a super-soft brexit or no brexit at all. And the government's proposal is the least bad option for them, " said Nicholas Aylott."

"Depending on the developments in the coming days, the tone of the debate quickly turn about, according to Aylott."

"A legal analysis from the attorney-general Geoffrey Cox on Tuesday, which came to the conclusion that Britain is in danger of not being able to take out our backup plan is going around the Northern border, allowed Mays to some extent due the DUP voted against the prime minister the same evening."

"– The fiercest brexitörerna and northern ireland, the DUP will need a cover to be able to back down without losing face completely. Now, there is talk that there may be a revision of the office of the chancellor report on the Mays deal and it would be such an excuse, " says Nicholas Aylott."

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