Tuesday should the prime minister of great Britain, Theresa May, once again try to convince the british parliament to say yes to the brexitaftale, as she has negotiated with the EU.
It looks at first sight not easy for Theresa May to get a majority in parliament, assessing the uk media.
Already on Monday evening May in Strasbourg to meet with EU commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.
It is according to the Danish prime minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen (V) just hard to see what the EU can do.
- You may well say, that it is hard to give a helping hand to people who stand with both hands in the pocket, says the prime minister to Politiken.
In January rejected the british parliament House of commons the agreement on brexit, as Theresa May had negotiated with the EU.
Since has the prime minister been busy with getting knitted a new agreement, as may be approved by the parliament.
It is still the so-called backstop, which is the problem. It is the question of the border between Ireland and northern ireland province, under the jurisdiction of the united kingdom.
the Peace agreement for northern Ireland from 1998 says that this limit must be open, but when the Uk leaves the EU, the border is one of the EU's boundaries.
In the May agreement says that the Uk is in the EU customs union and the internal market, until a solution is found, which can keep the border open and the Uk out of the EU.
Here rears brexitparlamentarikere. They fear that it keeps Britain in the EU indefinitely. They are expected to vote " no " to the Mays deal.
The internal british disagreements makes it hard for the EU to interfere, according to Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
- What is it, we must come in the meeting? It is the british themselves who have put their red lines, which define the game.
- So unless they become more accurate or adjust their requirements, it is difficult to see what we can help you with, says the prime minister to Politiken.
If Theresa May gets approved the agreement in the european parliament by Tuesday's vote, leaving the Uk the EU the night between 29. 30. march.
By a ' no ' can brexit be deferred. It shall, where appropriate, to be voted on later in the week.