The British Parliament is to vote on a media report that on Tuesday of the coming week on the Brexit agreement with the European Union. As the BBC reported, the vote for the 15. January planned; on Monday, still no official confirmation on the part of the government and it was the first.
originally for the 11. December planned vote on the Brexit agreement in the house of Commons had to be postponed, the Prime Minister, Theresa May, just a day before in expectation of a certain defeat.
The British had spoken in 2016 in a referendum with a narrow majority in favour of leaving the European Union. May tried now, the MPs in London from Brussels negotiated exit to persuade agreement, applies to a wide resistance in the Parliament.
country is divided
A second Referendum May strictly rejects. A Brexit-hard-liners of her own conservative party brought no-confidence vote against the party, the Chairman of the supernatant.
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.
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. (anf/sda)
Created: 07.01.2019, 12:27 PM