you announced a "bold" Plan, but it is not only the Opposition seems to be out of Mays new Brexit-to keep the proposal a little. The calls for his resignation are getting louder and louder.
The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has defended her recent plans for exiting the EU in the British Parliament. "We need to Brexit pull through," said May. But the calls for his resignation are getting louder and louder.
May want to submit your already three Times that Parliament has rejected Brexit Deal to the members at the beginning of June, in the framework of the legislative process a fourth Time. They announced concessions to the Opposition and the Brexit-hardliners. Among other things, they introduced a vote on the prospect of whether there should be a referendum on her exit agreement. The draft law intends to publish tomorrow."Re-packaged Version of"
leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn referred to may's proposals as "little more than a re-packaged Version" of the already several times rejected the agreement. In addition, May could not guarantee that their successor to their promises will hold. May have only days in office, prophesied Corbyn. "It is clear that no concession would be unaffected by the choice of the upcoming Tory-game bosses." He called for a new election.
in may's own ranks, the calls for his resignation are getting louder and louder. "We can't bear it," said Nigel Evans of the influential 1922 Committee of the Conservative party, the newspaper "Sun".
He demanded an immediate vote of censure against May, "if you resign now". Brexit-word leader and environment Minister Michael Gove suggested in view of the intra-party resistance in the source-the BBC-a postponement of the vote on may's latest proposal.
Ex-foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, announces a 'no'.Johnson announces "no" wants to make it to
Ex-foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, the May Chairman of the Conservative party and thus the Job as head of government in dispute, announced - as have many other members - a "no" vote. "We can and must do better," Johnson wrote on Twitter.
In the event of a resignation or a dismissal Mays would have to choose the Conservatives, a new party leader who would also take up the office of the government. May has already agreed a timetable for the vote on their Brexit-bill to submit.
Speeds up your fall, could be, should be punished the Conservatives in the European election, which takes place tomorrow in the UK, stronger-than-expected. The results will be published on Sunday. The polls suggest a landslide victory for the Brexit-party of Nigel Farage.
Nothing a change of leadership would change but in the scarce majority conditions in the Parliament. A new election therefore applies to the case that May plunges, as likely. It is questionable whether one of the major parties could secure an absolute majority. It should be neither a Tory nor a labour government, there may still be no way out of Brexit-cul-de-SAC.May promises new and "bold" Brexit offer, 19.05.2019 Mays new Brexit Plan: "too little, Too late", 21.05.2019 news Atlas |UK |London