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Rivals may be forced together by the deadlock in the brexit
"Brexit – the Uk leaving the EU"

"the Rivals may be forced together by the deadlock in the brexit"

"She leads a minority government – but has been criticized for trying to dictate terms rather than negotiate."

"But the pressed time schedule on the british EU exit could force the prime minister Theresa May to move closer to the rivals in the opposition Labour party."

"Over the 2.5 years of negotiations, debates, projections and political posturing ended in a crushing defeat for Theresa May and her utträdesavtal with the EU in the parliament in London. On Monday, she must return with a new plan for the way forward – but what can the prime minister really do to get a new agreement through parliament?"

"So far, Mays strategy has been to anchor the utträdesavtalet only within his own conservative party and in the northern stödpartiet DUP. The proposal that was voted down last Tuesday, is described by many as a compromise between too many desires and, above all, there was the problem of the border between northern Ireland and the republic of Ireland which put a spanner in the works."

"the Deadlock in combination with the clock ticking ever faster towards utträdesdatumet the 29 march allows the political scientist Nicholas Aylott track to the traditional rules of the game in british politics has been out of the game. There is a very limited tradition of cooperation between the two major parties – but now May turn to other forces in the lower house of parliament, to go further."

"For a new agreement to be approved by the parliament is likely to support from at least some of Labour's 256 members."

"– the Tactic to only rely on the support from his own party and stödpartiet to get through brexitavtalet has reached the end of the road. Now must May turn to the Labour party, " says Aylott, associate professor in political science at Södertörn university college."

"– But it is difficult to see a radical vänsterledning in the Labour party and a fairly traditional conservative leadership of the conservative party to work together. One option is to May or the people in her circle of contact with members of parliament outside the party leadership to negotiate."

"May has after she survived misstroendeomröstningen promised to call with the other party members in the"

"so Far, the leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn rejected the call in anticipation of an assurance that there will not be any EU-exit without a contract. Just like the Uk and Mays governing party is the Labour party divided on brexit. A group of meps is pushing the issue of a new referendum in the hope to completely stop the EU exit, while others represent parts of the country where support for leaving was the greatest."

"– Labourledningen sits in a tricky seat. Corbyn is a mature EU-skeptics who are very pleased that the Uk leave the union. But he is also terrified of Labour should be considered as an anti-brexit-party and lose voters, " says Aylott."

" But management's brexitmodell and the government has proposed is not so very different really, except the sight of a customs union. Otherwise they would probably be able to have a lot in common."

"Catherine Barnard, professor of EUROPEAN law at the university of Cambridge, however, believe that a settlement between May and the Labour party is remote."

"– The more she approaches to the Labour party and its attitude towards the brexit, the more it alienates herself from her own party, particularly from the hard-line so-called brexitörerna. At the same time, their resistance against Mays brexitlinje that she needs to be a part of the Labour party, " she says."

"– But as it looks now, not the Labour party to go along with it, as it rather is in their interest to destabilise the May. They would like to have an election, and are likely to prevail on its members not to cooperate."

"The political power in the Uk tend to switch between the Labour party and the Conservative party."

"Conservative party (Conservative and Unionist Party, also known as Tories) was founded in the 1870s. Within the Tories, there has long been a röststark faction which has argued that the country should leave the EU. When the then party leader David Cameron's 2013 pledge to hold a referendum on the uk's membership of the EU was largely an attempt to placate the faction in order to be able to keep together the party."

"Within the Tories are the so-called European Research Group, which brings together conservative politicians who want to push through a ”hard brexit”."

"Labour party (Labour Party) was founded in the year 1900. Up to the beginning of the 1990s, there was a traditional party, but under the leadership of Tony Blair, 1994-2007, and Gordon Brown, 2007-2010, there was a shift towards the political center and the party began to compete with the conservatives on medelklassväljarna. The Labour party made a left turn in 2015 then Jeremy Corbyn was appointed as the new party leader."

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