Still the Prime Minister Theresa May and the leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn have agreed on a way out of the Brexit-Chaos. However, up to the special summit on Wednesday, the EU member States want a clear Plan, otherwise you could decline a further Brexit-deferral for the UK and the country could leave two days later, the EU without an agreement. It is for the British parliamentarians for an extreme week.
Some more to keep the printing simple. The conservative backbencher Andrew Percy confessed to the BBC that he no longer takes refuge in the Palace of Westminster in a small chamber, if he can. "I found a place to hide," said Percy. "Not far from the Council chamber. I'll close the door, turn off the light and pull my jacket over the head. It is quite dark there."
In recent weeks, says Percy, he's in the house ", twice for No Deal, voted three times for the Deal, the Prime Minister and a couple of times for the Norway model". Outside the Parliament, he had been of Brexit Fans and Leaving opponents alike as a traitor, insulted: "no matter what you do, somebody yells at him."
rush for therapists
Percy is not alone. Many parliamentarians complain of total exhaustion, constant night meetings, over-painted holiday. The fact that you don't see their families for weeks. "I have never experienced so many members that are physically and mentally completely ready," said the MP Tim Loughton. "I'm really Worried about some of our colleagues."
Everywhere you have a problem with "tears, temper tantrums and armed," says a conservative member of Parliament, doctor Phillip Lee: "most of us are just worn out completely." Some of his colleagues fought for States with fear. It is a dangerous "high pressure atmosphere" in Westminster debt.
Now, the deputies are not the Only ones, which the Brexit is added in such a way. New polls show that almost two-thirds of Britons think the current exit battle or the fear of the consequences of an exit for "very bad", what relates to the mental health of the Nation. Ongoing uncertainty, dejection and impotent anger of large sections of the population seem to have led to a greater demand for Doctors and therapists.
In the Parliament are booming, the number of those who want to enrol for new courses to maintaining the inner balance is increased. Many parliamentarians complain of insomnia. Some of the areas that you are looking to save yourself "with a few extra Drinks" by the Brexit-tortures.
Norman Lamb, has argued recently for a vote with the Rest of his small liberal democratic group, says that he was stressed out after that, "the whole night". "The responsibility weighs very heavy on all of us," said Lamb to the "Financial Times". In the Era of social media, "we do everything in the glare of the Public".
For the new Brexit-week is not a good sign: "That it is expected of people to cope in a state of physical and mental exhaustion of such a complex nightmare, is not very smart," says Lamb. Phillip Lee can only agree: "That these 650 people are currently mentally able to take prudent, well-informed decisions – believe, who wants to."
Created: 07.04.2019, at 22:41