It is entirely up to the british politicians to find a solution to the country's way out of the EU.
It assesses the european UNION-professor Marlene Wind from Copenhagen University, after the british parliament on Tuesday evening clearly voted down the agreement, which the EU and the prime minister, Theresa May was agreed at the end of 2018.
- the european UNION, it seems that they have stretched themselves as far as they can. The agreement has taken 1.5 years to negotiate on the place, but it is of course clear that we have a new situation now, " says Marlene Wind.
As it stands now, leaving the british UNION 29. march without an agreement with the 27 member states. However, there is an opening to extend the deadline.
- If the EU is to let the british stay in the EU longer, so there must be a clear indication that the british have a new proposal, says Marlene Wind.
It could, according to Marlene Wind be a new referendum, a parliamentary election or an agreement on a Norwegian solution, where the Uk will be a part of the EU's market without being a member of the union.
She explains that the EU can not give Britain a better deal than that already negotiated.
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Even though EU countries are not interested in a brexit in the absence of agreement, countries may not provide other conditions, without going beyond the countries themselves.
- If you do that, so we end up in a situation where there is a risk that british companies can get better conditions to trade, lower environmental standards and less regulation, which will make them more competitive.
- there is no european leaders, who want to expose their own companies. You can't begin to provide special rules for the brits. It is those who want out of the EU, says Marlene Wind.
She predicts that the major differences in the british parliament can end up with the brits being in the EU.
- I would not be surprised if all this chaos ends with brexit gets completely cancelled, says Marlene Wind.