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May searches the compromise in the Brexit-armed

In this kind of Brexit Situation will find head of government May now be a compromise with the Opposition. This is full of praise. However, the hardline rebel.

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May searches the compromise in the Brexit-armed

In this kind of Brexit Situation will find head of government May now be a compromise with the Opposition. This is full of praise. However, the hardline rebel. They fear too great a proximity to the EU.

in The afternoon, will meet the British Prime Minister Theresa May and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn for talks. The search for a compromise has become inevitable to overcome the Brexit-standoff, said Brexit-Minister Stephen Barclay. To the EU special summit to stay only a little time.

"that's Why we need to put us together, now - in the national interest. There is a generous open offer that the Prime Minister has made to the leader of the opposition, and now we have to see whether he is linked to it, and both find a way to keep the promise, what you have given."

head of the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn, has accepted the offer of talks by Prime Minister, May at the Brexit.

the customs Union now?

The question is, what compromise May and Corbyn. The opposition Labour party stands for a customs Union and a close connection to the internal market, so a softer Brexit. So May would give up their red lines. A customs Union and wanted to always avoid, because the UK cannot conclude free trade agreements with other countries in the world.

Within may's Tory party, it sizzles. The exit process will now be placed in the hands of people who would have voted for remaining in the EU, criticized Brexit-hardline Jacob Rees-Moog. 52 percent of Britons would vote for Brexit.

"There is a great distance between politicians and the electorate. The majority of the deputies in the lower house never wanted to leave the EU and don't want it. The people who have voted in favour of the Brexit, will now be disenfranchised, and this is the fundamental Problem."

Mareike Aden, ARD London, to the reactions to Mays to Brexit-delay
tagesschau 12:00 PM, 03.04.2019

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