No, No, No, no – four times the told the lower house on Monday evening, no. Again, as last Wednesday was not a majority for a future connection of the UK to an EU customs Union or a "single market 2.0". For the second Time the MPs have missed their Chance to formulate an Alternative to the strict course of Theresa May. The head of government would lead Britain out of the EU, but also from the internal market and the customs Union.
With the vote of Monday evening, the risk of No-Deal-Brexit rising. It does not change the fact that the majority against a customs Union was this time even closer than last Wednesday. A positive vote for a customs Union would have been able to show on Monday night, a way out of the cul-de-SAC. But the impasse goes on: Jun has no majority for exiting the EU Treaty. But the followers of the "soft Brexit", which could allow for an Alliance between the APR and the opposition Labour party, also don't have the necessary support in Parliament. It still needs more Tories and Labour MP, the jump over the own shadow.
The game on both side could go on
Now the game can be on both sides still continue to repeat: May could try exiting the EU Treaty after three times of Fail for a fourth Time to the house of Commons. And for the coming Wednesday are planned in the house already for more test votes of the Fans of the "soft Brexit". But if May not bring the Deal with the EU in the next few days, somehow crossing the finish line, and not succeeding against the side, then the head of government is the remaining 27 EU member States prior to the summit on 10. April can hardly explain why a further possible extension of the Brexit-the deadline's supposed to be good.
Many of the options would not remain APR in this case. You could, for example, scheduling of new elections. The hope is that with early parliamentary elections of changes in Majority ownership, in London. Either Labour will win a majority and thus the possibility of a closer integration of the UK to the EU. This is, however, in view of the current opinion polls just as unlikely as an election triumph of the Conservatives, which would end the dependency of the Protestants of the Northern Irish DUP. There is much to suggest that even with fresh elections, the stalemate situation in Parliament changes nothing. To engage the EU in fact, on such a vague Option?
Already knew Harold Wilson: A week is a long time
If, in the course of the forthcoming does seven days in London, nothing decisive will be the EU before the difficult choice, whether you are taking the risk for both sides, and harmful "hard Brexit", or the grief game in London even more pointless extend and on top of that, the participation of the British in the European elections, in purchase to take.More about
Again no agreement British Parliament Brexit rejects-Alternatives
But there's one consolation at least: to stay members for a couple of days, to rooms, to a majority for a "softish Brexit", as he now is called. The former British Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, knew that A week is a long time in politics.