A cross-party group of deputies in the British Parliament to prevent a Brexit without a contract by law. The Labour MP Yvette Cooper announced on Tuesday in London. It was the submission of a "last attempt" to keep the UK in front of the "risks" of leaving the EU without a contractual arrangement, said one of the initiators, the conservative MP Oliver Letwin.
EU chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, warned the British. The danger of unregulated Brexit increases from day to day. Because of the new Leaving date is the 12. April, that's Friday of next week, and the British house of Commons was also in a further vote series on Monday evening on a no-Brexit-variant. While Prime Minister Theresa May sought on Tuesday with your Cabinet to find solutions, forged members their own plans, the Chaos-Brexit still avert.
"We are in a dangerous Situation," wrote the Deputy Cooper on Twitter. The long-standing adversary Mays asked the head of government, a Plan for the extension of the withdrawal period on the 12. April also. This could already be on the Wednesday, a legislative procedure was initiated.
We are now in a dangerous situation. Risk of damaging No Deal on April 12, rising almost. Whatever is/isn \ ’t agreed this wk, PM must put forward a plan for extension to avert No Deal on April 12. For the sake of jobs, families and security, this cross-party bill aims to ensure that happens pic.twitter.com/6tQTL45txl— Yvette Cooper (@YvetteCooperMP) 2. April 2019
had to in the end. May then, in the case of the EU special summit on 10 April a renewed displacement of the Brexit request, said Cooper. The Brexit would have on the 29. March to be completed, but it had been a last-Minute move.
May fourth vote
it is Doubtful, however, whether the time for the time-consuming procedure is sufficient in the UK, and whether the EU agrees to a further extension. Barnier said in Brussels on Tuesday that there is a need for a long shift is a good reason: a "new political process", another Brexit Referendum or a new election in the UK. In no case will be negotiated during the extension period, again on the exit agreement or already an agreement on the future of relations closed.
according to Reports, the British Prime Minister the Deputy could exit the EU agreement to submit on Thursday a fourth Time. However, there were doubts about whether the British Parliament speaker John Bercow will allow a further vote on Mays Brexit agreement.
Because Bercow had already made it clear that May is not able to submit your Deal to the Parliament as often as you like. If the should take place on Wednesday as planned, a further round of voting on Alternatives to Mays-Brexit Deal, was initially unclear.
Hard Brexit looms on the 12. April
before the 12. April, neither of the exit contract is decided on an Alternative revealed, threatening a withdrawal of great Britain without agreement, with drastic consequences for the economy and many other areas of life.
Barnier warned, however, that in the end only a Yes to the house already three Times rejected exit a contract can prevent a chaotic break. "The only way a No-to avoid a Deal that will be a positive vote," said the EU negotiator. To give the agreement there is no Alternative.
Should wish the UK a long shift, would have to participate in the country to the European elections at the end of may. Barnier campaigned for a different variant: it Should accept under the house to the withdrawal of the contract in the next few days, but still, could the for next week planned EU special summit to be a short shift decide, before the 23. May – the first day of the European elections – ends.
EU-partners in the patience
lose The EU partners are unnerved in the face of the Blockade in London is increasing. France's head of state, Emmanuel Macron, expressed skepticism about a further shift of the Brexit.
The EU could not be permanently hostage to a political crisis in the UK, said Macron in Paris on Tuesday at a Meeting with the Irish head of government, Leo Varadkar. "Our priority for the good Functioning of the European Union and the internal market."
Varadkar said: "We need to be open for all the proposals you make to us." He stressed, however, that the withdrawal of the contract is negotiable. In just under 600 pages, all of the separation issues – including the guarantee of an open border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. According to Varadkar, it looks at the Policy statement, which governs future relations between the EU and the UK, however, different. Here, the Ire looks. (fal/sda/afp)
Created: 02.04.2019, 18:19 PM