Leave the UK to the EU without a Deal? He was not quite so pessimistic, says politics Professor Gerhard Dannemann, in an Interview with tagesschau24 . The coming days would bring some movement.
tagesschau24: Mr then man, the Brexit-Representative of the EU Parliament, Guy Verhofstadt sees a hard Brexit as almost inevitable, as it is called. How big do you estimate the risk?
Gerhard Dannemann: has become even greater. The only ones who are happy right after yesterday's poll debacle, are the hardliners, who advocate a hard exit. But they are still far in the minority. I would not be as pessimistic as Mr Verhofstadt. I don't think that a hard Brexit is inevitable. The coming days will bring some movement. Theresa May will probably try a fourth Time to make the request to the vote that the agreements negotiated are to be adopted.
Maybe a little movement in there and the vote is associated with a Referendum or the possibility that the Parliament will in future have a little more control, to make this request more palatable. It will also meet Parliament again. Since air is still in there. If you conduct the vote in Each of the look at, there are very a lot of tactical votes. Some of the parliamentarians could support one of the rejected options, if you notice that your favourite Option is not coming through.