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May can be a third party Brexit vote, fail may

The planned third vote in the lower house about the Brexit Treaty could fail. The Prime Minister May want to, you can only take place if enough support emerges.

The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, the lower house may yet not more for the third Time with Brussels negotiated Brexit-agreement vote. In two previous votes, the head of government was to Deal with the crashing. A third start-up was planned for the upcoming week.

A government spokesperson confirmed to the dpa news Agency that May have sent a letter with this content to members. In the Letter, May increase the pressure on the parliamentarians: they would submit the Deal again for a vote if sufficient support is a risk. Otherwise, the UK would need to ask in Brussels for a further postponement, which would also mean a participation in the European elections.

Prime Minister of Mays in the lower house. In two previous votes, the head of government was to Deal with the crashing.

DUP does not want to support agreement

Previously, the Northern Ireland party, the DUP, whose votes Mays minority government since a botched election is dependent had not indicated, to support the agreement.

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