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British Parliament wants to trade Ireland-question post

Seven applications were on the table, and many fell through. The request to move the Brexit, found no majority. The Parliament but for a resignation with the agreement and for the renegotiation to the Irish question.

The British Parliament to negotiate the guarantee of an open border in Ireland in the Brexit Deal. The MPs voted by a majority for a proposal of several conservative members of Parliament, the power of the consent of the Parliament to discharge the agreement of the Prime Minister Theresa May of successful renegotiations with the EU.

The British house of Commons had spoken out before against No-Deal-Brexit. The deputies voted for a motion to exclude an unregulated outlet. However, here is listed how the government is supposed to prevent this.

Previously, the Parliament had objected to a legislative procedure for the displacement of the leaving the EU. The MPs voted by a majority against a proposal of the Labour MPs Yvette Cooper, the Brexit by legislative procedure, to delay, should be ratified by the end of February, no exit agreement.

Also, an appropriate application of the Labour MPs Rachel Reeves, found no majority.

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