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Brexit-options: No Deal must be from the table

Britain's Prime Minister May explores with the Opposition way for the Brexit. A tendency is clear: An EU-exit without a contract, it is not intended to give. The next vote is scheduled for Tuesday.

It was polite, in the tone of affable and short, says Vince Cable, the leader of the liberal Democrats, after his Meeting with Theresa May.

We have exchanged the positions. He had the impression that the Prime Minister will listen. But if there is no movement in the case, says Vince Cable, then the talks will be completed quickly.

"for Me, it was mainly two things: first, you have to take the Option of 'No Deal' on the table, and secondly, we need to talk seriously about a new Referendum," says Cable of his claims. For a second Referendum, the liberal Democrats advertise a long time, with only eleven deputies in the lower house but they are yet quite powerless.

Brexit-Deal - what's next?
daily show at 09:00, Julie Short, ARD London

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No leaving without a contract

Ian Blackford has already spoken with the Prime Minister. He is leader of the Scottish SNP, which has at least 35 seats. Blackford has a To-do list with three items: "The Prime Minister must discuss with us, a postponement of the discharge date, on a second Referendum, and that 'No Deal' comes from the table."

May ask MEPs to discuss not Whether, but only How to Brexit. That is our duty, says the head of government. The Blackford sees but in a different way: "We in the SNP believe that there is a good Brexit, we want to remain in the European Union," he says.

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