the sand grains are about the run out of of the sand timer for the british prime minister, Theresa May.
on Tuesday evening, she was yet a brexit-slap, when the british House of commons again rejected her terms with the EU.
the Rejection means that May now have 17 days to find a solution before the Uk planned to leave the Union 29. march. The uncertainty about how the divorce should take place has never been greater in the good two years, where the british have sought in vain to find a solution to brexit.
Theresa May has in the degree the knife for the throat. The 62-year-old politician fighting for his political life ahead of yet another fate-vote in the house of Commons on Wednesday, where a so-called hard brexit (no deal, red.) can become a reality.
But Edward Ashbee, who is an expert in british politics and associate professor at CBS, don't think that the european parliament wants to throw the Uk into even more turmoil by voting yes to leave the EU without an agreement, and thus probably also force May out of the red-hot brexitstol, she finds herself in.
- I clearly expect that there will be a ' no ' vote. Both the Labour party and The Scottish National Party and part conservative certainly don't want to leave the EU without an agreement.
It expects Ashbee, will result in an overwhelming majority will give May a a mandate to to new to negotiate with the EU on an extension, so there is more time to find a deal. But also it becomes a challenge for May, believes Ashbee.
- to Vote no on Wednesday, it raises new problems for the Uk, because the EU clearly has said that do not immediately become an extension. They bother no more of this discussion and indecision from the british side. Therefore, they have enough only with a long extension at least one year, and then brexit suddenly far away, he says to Ekstra Bladet.
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Mays appointment was on Tuesday night rejected by an overwhelming majority of 149 members, which means that May have a little two historically large defeat in a row - a sad record for a sitting british prime minister.
Nonetheless, CBS-professor Edward Ashbee, that May remain at the post as English prime minister.
- If only some of the normal laws in politics, she will resign as prime minister. It, she should have done a long time ago in that case, but the laws have been suspended under this brexit. Her defeat of the evening was to be expected, but the extent of Mays defeat is a big surprise. Her luck, however, if she withdraws, the party find a new leader.
- Here, it is doubtful that anyone would want to take over the post, for the problems do not disappear with a new conservative leader. Therefore I also do not believe that a guy like Boris Johnson, or anyone else for that matter, with the ambition to be president right now, continues Ashbee.
If the House of commons on Wednesday will vote no to leaving the EU without an agreement, they shall again be assembled for a vote on Thursday, where there will be voting on a suspension of brexit.
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