The defeat for Theresa May is clearly. Clearer than expected. And Yes, the EU should be prepared to negotiate, show out of pure self-interest, because an unregulated Brexit would be a huge political, economic and security political risk
But after such a political Disaster, the British should have the word, either in the Form of a second referendum or in the Form of new elections. A second Referendum would be nothing undemocratic about that. If a government does not get set to the (scant) majority will of the people politically, and the conditions for a Brexit are now clear, should have people to speak again.
If it does, the political Opposition right this time, glossed over the facts, not the populist roar of the Johnson's or Farage's‘. The likelihood of Theresa May with the EU are still so many concessions that you can use it to convince the Parliament, or at least their own party, is unlikely. Also because the British, especially with a view on the Northern Ireland question are in a Dilemma that the EU can not resolve. At the first Referendum dealt with the General question of Brexit. In a second, the British would be faced with a choice: unregulated Brexit or no Brexit – that would be the most honest question.
Labour needs to show a clear attitude
of Course, a re-vote of the people overcomes any social division, but it can help to get a clearer picture. A if also sure narrow majority for remaining in the UK might contribute more to social stability than unregulated Brexit. It could be for the whole of Europe a clear mandate for Reform of the EU. Perhaps the UK could act in terms of EU contribution and freedom of movement with a clear vote to remain in the EU, more than in search of small compromises in the Brexit.
new elections are the way of a would be, actually, consequential,. You would be, ultimately, a kind of second Referendum by other means – at least if Labour to a clear, a clear pro-European attitude through struggles. The unclear, verdruckste attitude of Labour has led to the Chaos, the result of which to look at now. Not only Theresa May is therefore in the responsibility, but also the leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn. He believed on the populist Ticket in the first vote swim. However, such a vague attitude can and must not allow themselves to Labour, and especially Corbyn.
For the Europeans, it might soon give the possibility to, indirectly, on the question of a vote, how many concessions are to be made, or whether to apply a unfair resignation takes in the UK in the European elections in may. And who knows, maybe the British will take part in the election even if the EU should extend the deadline for the outlet so far.More about
news blog to Brexit May: "No elections, no second Referendum"Kai Portmann John Laub Meier Ruth Ciesinger Nantke Garrelts
it is Clear, of course, that there may be in the struggle to Brexit no winners (and more). But the British and also the European population has, at least, lose the Chance is less than currently in the game. You should now only be included again quickly in the decision-making process.