Theresay May campaigned in the British Parliament to their Deal with the EU. Otherwise, it threatened significant economic damage and the confidence in democracy is dwindling. The UK is facing a "profound challenge," wrote the Prime Minister in the newspaper "Mail on Sunday".
The Brexit completely fractious parliamentarians return on Monday from their Christmas holiday. You may be in the third week of January – on 15. – on the May with Brussels negotiated exit agreement to the vote.
But a majority is still not in sight. Originally, the vote was already on 11. December planned; May had postponed the date but because of the impending defeat. In the case of a Brexit, without agreement on the 29. March UK chaotic conditions threaten.
majority wants to be in the EU
To the BBC to stay you said, you can't simply say what's going to happen, if the difficulty with the EU-negotiated agreement will not be accepted, said May. Reports that you could postpone the vote again was rejected.
The outcome of the vote in the lower house is uncertain. The Brexit agreement not only met in the Opposition, but also in Mays Conservative with a lot of criticism. So far, the British government has declared that the UK leaves the EU without a Deal, if the consents under the house.
The majority of Britons want to, meanwhile, remain in accordance with a re-survey continue to prefer to in the EU. If there were a second referendum, would be 46 per cent for staying in and 39, however, as on Sunday from a survey by the opinion research Institute YouGov. The remaining respondents would not either participate in such a Referendum, are still undecided or would not comment.
A divided Nation
The survey shows once again how the country is split on the issue. For months, opinion researchers present similar results, with the proportion of Brexit-opponent is increased slightly.
In the current survey respondents by YouGov of more than 25 000 voters. The order came from the Initiative "People's Vote", which leads an ever more emphatic push for a second Brexit Referendum. Such a Theresa May rejects. A second vote is for the 29. March planned exit date is not feasible, she told the BBC. (fal/sda)
Created: 06.01.2019, 14:39 PM