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Comment: The British have the Brexit-armed tired of

Local issues played in the elections in the UK. Almost single theme, the Brexit-Chaos. But the two major parties will learn from your Broke nothing. A commen

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Comment: The British have the Brexit-armed tired of

Local issues played in the elections in the UK. Almost single theme, the Brexit-Chaos. But the two major parties will learn from your Broke nothing.

The message is clear and impossible to ignore - but also not surprising: The British have a dispute about the Brexit sick of it. In the past few days, the choice of fighters is not reported from the cities and towns again and again: We come in with our local theme, the people hum just a "Brexit" and to beat the door in front of the nose.

The big losers are the Conservatives now, the exit for 29. March had made to your main goal. Thus, they have failed demonstrably.

But Labour lost. The party lurches only so: it is unclear whether you want more of a soft Brexit or election, or to a second Referendum. Both those in the party who want to remain in the EU or at least in a second Referendum, as well as the many Labour voters who voted for the Brexit frustrated.

gains for the LibDems are not a reason for great hope

Benefits of Failure and Lurching especially those in course to a clear Pro-EU, namely the liberal Democrats. All of this seems to be a clear Signal that pay for the Brexit opponents, and punishment for, the promised to him, but not delivered.

Unfortunately, there is no reason for exaggerated hope. Because neither the division of the country in this matter, nor to the Majority in the lower house.

In the case of the EU-election. two new parties to win

This will confirm the elections to the EU Parliament in three weeks and even intensify Then the Brexit supporters EN masse to the new Brexit-party of Nigel Farage currents, which are not competed in the municipal elections, in surveys, but from the Stand out country-wide to more than 20 percent.

And the voices of the Brexit opponents will argue, the liberal Democrats with ChangeUK, the new party of former Labour and Tory MPs, who was not in the municipal elections, also at the Start, but exactly the same group of voters to appeal to.

Tories and Labour do not force your course, change

in fact, this location would have the two major parties, Conservative and Labour, in their still ongoing bipartisan talks to reach a compromise. The Conservatives want to prevent, under all circumstances, even krachendere defeat in the EU elections, Labour could show that We take responsibility and make compromises, if it is in the service of the country.

Unfortunately, it will not come so far because none of the other side will treat this success and both have the concern of, to alienate a compromise veritable parts of their followers. Therefore, it looks a lot more after that, that you remain in your trenches, with the time passing, and shortly before the next Brexit-the date of the end of October, again press the panic button.

And then will have to again at the end, the EU will decide how this Disaster will deal with it.

No future UK local elections solve Brexit-Problem
Thomas Spickhofen, ARD London
03.05.2019 18:10 PM

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