on Tuesday, there was a fort, a new round of polls in the british Parliament.
In the house of commons got Theresa May mandate to go back to the EUROPEAN union to try to renegotiate brexit agreement british politicians have previously voted down.Will renegotiate "backstop"
the Politicians decided that the country cannot leave the EU without an agreement, and that agreement about irskegrensen, an agreement that is referred to as the "backstop", to being renegotiated.
May seemed relatively optimistic after the vote.
- But this has a majority of the elected officials declared that they will support a brexitavtale with changes in the solution for the irskegrensen. It means that if we get changed on this, and got assurances about workers ' rights, there are opportunities to get approved an agreement, said May.
"Backstop", a safety net, is nødløsningen if there are any final clarification around the border between british Northern Ireland and the republic and EU member Ireland in the south.
the safety net is a mechanism which in practice will make sure that the border between the two countries remain as in the day: so that Northern Ireland, in practice, remain in the customs union in the infinite future, while the rest of the Uk leaves.
the Skeptics to "backstop"solution, among them the prime minister May, fear that this links the united Kingdom to the Eu customs union in the foreseeable future, and precisely why they want to renegotiate the part of the skilsmisseavtalen.Can not being renegotiated
But not long after that the british parliamentarians had decided that this point to being renegotiated, poured the president of the european Council, Donald Tusk, wormwood in the cup.
- Utmeldingsavtalen is the best and only way to ensure an orderly withdrawal from the EU. "Backstop" is a part of the agreement, and it is not open for renegotiation, " says Tusk.- This is not the end, but the beginning of the problems
the EUROPEAN union has yet suggested that they are open to "alternative solutions", but in the course of two years of negotiations have not managed to find better solutions than what is on the table.
the prime Minister May now want to come back to Brussels, and be rejected. The house of commons must vote on the plan C in the middle of February. And then they must vote for plan A again, but with even more pressure because the risk of a brexit without an appointment is great, " says a diplomat to Reuters.
A number of british newspapers refer to as fully Tuesday's brexit as a home win for Theresa May. At the same time warns them that she will get to come empty handed back from Brussels.Uncertain future
Although May got a seemingly clear – albeit unrealistic – mandate, it is highly unclear how, when, and maybe even about the british opt-out. The formal utmeldingsprosessen runs its course and the end date is therefore 29. march, with less brexit is postponed or stopped.
It has been speculated that the british will ask for more time than the two years that are posted in article 50 on withdrawal, but a proposal to force a postponement was not adopted Tuesday. It can get new suggestions about this later, but a deferment must also be approved by the 27 remaining EU members.
It is not sure it is good mood for this in the EU, if it just means even more months without getting closer to a solution. In addition, the complicated it all of that there are options at the EU parliament in may. It should basically not be british delegates, but the question is what spm is happening about the island kingdom is still a member when the election is held.Delay or stoppage
A new referendum is also a theoretical possibility, but has not yet sufficient support in the Parliament. May has also said that a new vote "will do irreparable damage to the integrity".
Some politicians also want to "press on atomknappen" and cancel the whole utmeldingen, although it can lead to widespread outrage among the british public.Brexit-the chaos may take a new turn: - Stubborn as only fanken