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Before fate-vote: Will block the Mays non-starter

Prime minister Theresa May can, before the end of the day, wander into a new singing slap in the face from his own parliament.

An amendment to tonight's vote to postpone the brexit seeking to block the possibility of that May possibly can reiterate its agreement with the EU.

An agreement, which the house of Commons has already rejected for the two stinging defeat for Theresa May.

the Chairman of the uk parliamentary House of commons, John Bercow, on Thursday afternoon, selected the amendments that will be voted on in parliament on Thursday evening.

There is a total of four amendments to the prime minister Theresa Mays publishers to postpone the brexit.

Four proposals - more chaos on the way?

Labour-member Christ Bryant has got his amendment on the board, which will try to block that Theresa May once again be able to put his non-starter-the agreement with the EU to the vote of the lower house, who have already rejected it twice.

A postponement of Article 50, so that can be put to a new referendum. Asked by Sarah Woolaston, who is a member of the udbryderpartiet, The Independent Group (Independent Group). She was a former conservative.

An amendment that will clear next Wednesday for a debate in parliament, where mps can hold the votes on the various brexit-alternatives.

Labour's amendment specifies an extension of Article 50, so that the house of commons can find a majority for an alternative path to brexit.

Bercow says according to Reuters, that he has selected an amendment, which is made of independent members, which proposes a new EU referendum.

in Addition, he has selected a proposal from the labour party-the Labour party, which calls on May to use a suspension of brexit to give time for parliament to find a majority in favour of an entirely new line'.

A third amendment is a proposal that the parliament should have control over the brexit process.

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Under this proposal, the british parliamentarians take control of the political agenda from the government 20. march in order to force a discussion on the future brexit.

On the way, a majority may break the current impasse.

This level is supported both by members of parliament in prime minister Theresa Mays conservative party of government and of members of the opposition parties.

One of the people behind the proposal is the member of parliament mr Oliver Letwin.

Votes on the proposals will take place on Thursday evening approx. at. 18 Danish time.

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