Poor lady, that is! Poor Theresa May.
So begins the Uk-expert Jan Erik Mustads analysis of the current political drama in the house of commons in the british parliament. The last of many that have brexit in the lead role.
In addition to vote over a series of proposed changes in skilsmisseavtalen between prime minister Theresa Mays government and the EUROPEAN union, the parliament will also vote on a bill.- This is not the end, but the beginning of the problems
It can change all the time in the saga of the british EU-exit.< p> Voices in the night
the Bill is promoted by, among others, Labour politician Yvette Cooper, and to make it impossible for the Uk to leave the EU without a skilsmisseavtale.
And since the agreement Theresa May has framforhandlet with EU leaders in Brussels have gone on a crushing defeat, it will in practice mean that brexit is exposed. Really should the british have left the union 29. march.
the Bill has the support of several parliamentarians. Sky News reports this afternoon that Labour will support the proposal, and refers to sources in the party.
It is expected that the draft bill and other brexit-proposals to be voted over the watch at 20.00 Norwegian time.Stubborn as only fanken
the Uk-expert Mustad, a senior lecturer at the University of Agder, waiting that the proposed bill is adopted.the Night when the dream of neat "Brexit" came in pieces Comment
It has always been a majority in the house of commons to be in the EU. The majority voted against brexit, and this bill is a lowest common denominator they can agree on, " says Mustad.
Is the bill passed, taking in the practice of the house of commons more control in the brexit case, and thus takes away some of the Mays power. Mustad believe it is high time that parliamentarians become more involved.
That May not have involved them more before the last few weeks, he describes as a misstep by the prime minister.
- She is stubborn as only fanken, and should have through the agreement, says Mustad.Will have new negotiations about Northern Ireland
May ask the house of commons to give her the mandate to reopen negotiations with the EUROPEAN union.
It is brexitavtalens controversial solutions for Northern Ireland the prime minister now wants new negotiations.
the house of commons are referred to the seven suggestions in the evening.
Irskegrensa is the one.
another suggestion to give the deferral of brexit if no appointment is approved within 26. February.Can be a relief
Ironically, may Mays makttap be a strength in future negotiations with the EUROPEAN union, believes Mustad. With a clear message from the parliament, May meet the EUROPEAN union leaders and possibly force changes in the agreement, the parliamentarians were so unhappy with.
- It can be a relief for May. Then she has in that case, the specific message to relate to. She can say to the European union's negotiators that an agreement must contain certain concessions for it to be approved and view to the parliament, " says Mustad.NOISE: It broke out big commotion then one of the members of parliament broke all etiquette, and did a drastic action. He would get sting. Video: AP. Clip: Ørjan Ryland View more
According to the BBC should May already have decided that she will ask the EU to reopen negotiations on the skilsmisseavtalen. But that the EUROPEAN union-innrømmelsene should be as large as the british want, is also difficult to see for themselves, he believes.
He describes the british attitude to the EU-utmeldelse too unrealistic.
- They have believed that they can pick from a menu that they have exclusive access to. Like that does not work the world, and so it does not work when there are 27 countries against one country. They can't dictate what kind of deal they want, but they have enough thought, and it is partly due to their own self-esteem, says a Uk expert."Blissful Chaos"
14. January Theresa May forward his government's proposed skilsmisseavtale. It was framforhandlet with the EUROPEAN union, and had to be adopted in the house of commons to be set for life.
May was a crushing defeat, and the proposal lost the vote clearly.
Then it was set vote of confidence towards May, whom she survived. Then came May with a plan B, but not this fell in taste with the house of commons.
Mustad describes the process so far in the year, as a "blissful chaos."
- It is upløyd mark every week. There is no historical experience to take advantage of, and the united Kingdom face a new set of constitutional challenges each week, and challenges in the Eu treaties. That is why this is so difficult, says Uk expert."STUPID WOMAN": the Leader of Labour, Jeremy Corbyn, should have said "stupid woman" to the british prime minister after this. Video: AP Show more