Mays-Brexit Deal is failed in the case of the deputies - now the Prime Minister wants to explore with the Labour Opposition, compromise lines. But their chief Corbyn had no Plan, bettors the Tories.
There are still 72 days until the 29. March - the British law leaving date and it is unclear than ever what will come after. After the devastating defeat in the lower house for their agreement with the EU, Theresa May has now announced cross-party talks. Jeremy Corbyn, the chief of the Labour, however, is skeptical. The head of government will come much too late and only in order to save her failed Brexit process and their agreement yet, says the leader of the opposition.
"I hear the words of the Prime Minister, but just as clearly you have to see them in the last two years has acted. We have always made suggestions, but each Time the Prime Minister has slammed the door to dialogue," complains Corbyn.What the members of Parliament?
The cross-party talks are under high time pressure, and it is completely unclear whether at all for any Alternative, a majority can be found. Several members have called for Test votes on the various options to determine a favorite.
Andrea Leadsom, the group leader of the ruling Conservative party, blames the Opposition, to have no clear course. "Jeremy Corbyn had the chance yesterday to say exactly what his proposals are. But he has no clear at all," said Leadsom. Instead, he wanted to tear the government and the country in this important time apart, by calling for a new election.
Corbyn is not put to a second Referendum, says Leadsom, he wanted policy, a customs Union, but at the same time a free trade - this is not a Problem, if the head of the Opposition knew what he wanted, said the leading politician of the Tories.DUP May return backs to
The sound between the two sounds, so after a lot of trust and resilience. Tonight, when the vote of no-confidence in the house of Commons May count again on your conservative members of Parliament. The Tories are gathering just behind your Prime Minister.
the Northern Irish DUP has announced to support May. "We do not want new elections, and we certainly don't want a Prime Minister, Jeremy Corbyn," says Nigel Dodds of the DUP. As for new talks with Brussels, he is very optimistic: "I expect you to move. If nothing changes, then all have a Problem, also Ireland, Europe, and the Commission."
The vote tonight is scheduled for 20 o'clock German time. Then May want to record the cross-party talks, and on Monday she wants to tell Parliament how it should go.Corbyns half-baked attack on May, 18.12.2018 Atlas |UK |London