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So, try to May manufactured through the brexit
"So trying to May manufactured through the brexit"

"Prime minister Theresa Mays tactic is to let the politicians get the minimal amount of time to put into it."

"There is a small chance that she manages. More likely is that more brexitkaos waiting."

"You ask how serious it is that after three years of the referendum, and negotiations be put on a plane to Brussels to get a"

"the Opposition to the agreement has been very hard on the home from those who want a softer brexit or no brexit at all, but above all from her own party colleagues who feel that the agreement is not sufficiently clear cut the ties with the EU."

"the Mays response has been to drag out the process as much as it goes to to the end of the set brexitanhängarna faced with a choice. Either vote on my contract or maybe there will be no brexit at all."

"At the first vote led May the worst defeat of a british prime minister ever met. But to give up doesn't seem to be on the Mays map."

"Now she's got to what looks like mostly cosmetic additions to the skilsmässoavtalet that, in substance, does not change anything."

" We have arranged it, cry May confidently after a nocturnal meeting with the EU leader Jean-Claude Juncker."

"But there is much to suggest that a large part of her own party colleagues are of the opposite opinion and will continue to say' no ' in the vote that is scheduled for tonight. The reason is that there is still not sufficient guarantees that the EU will not be able to force the remaining british in the EU customs union because of the border issue in northern Ireland."

"the Risk is that the vote be postponed because the members think May try to rush into a decision."

"this parliament Would be unlikely to say yes, it is all clear. When leaving the Uk, the EU, with an agreement on 29 march. Maybe there will be a small delay because all legislation must be in place first but in this situation becomes brexit reality."

"Vote no to the agreement so continues, the chaotic situation in which, in principle, all options remain on the table."

"In this situation, May has promised that parliament will get to vote on whether they want to prohibit the country will leave the EU without an agreement. The answer is probably yes. Parliament has already previously said that they want to exclude a so-called no deal."

"In that case, there will be a third vote on Thursday, where the parliament is likely to say yes to that request by the EU that the deadline for brexit moves forward."

"In this kind of location can, in principle, anything can happen. A second referendum on the brexit can be up to date. There can be negotiations on a much softer brexit. It can be a new election in the case May believe that she exhausted all the possibilities."

"This uncertainty makes May hope that the faction in her own party who are the most fanatical supporters of leaving the EU will make the calculation that it is better to vote for her contract and get some sort of brexit than risk that there will be no brexit at all."

"Tonight, we get to know about her games with high stakes and gone home."

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