The British Prime Minister May want to let the Brexit vote in the lower house in mid-January to hold. The prospect of approval is low. After a second Referendum to be calling louder and louder.
head of the Labour party Jeremy Corbyn has called for the vote for the Brexit before Christmas to catch up on. Again and again he had threatened with a vote of no confidence from the Parliament.
"There is no reason for the decision to delay. The Prime Minister has wasted five weeks with in Brussels. She brought no other collateral. The past week has symbolized the failures, the Chaos and the indecision of this government."
Prime Minister Theresa May had previously announced that the debate in Parliament over their Brexit Deal on 7. January would be continued and the following week the vote is to take place.
On the mood in the house changed nothing so far. It is considered likely that Mays agreements terrific will fail. The ideas of the members could not be more different: The a call for an even softer Brexit according to Norwegian model, while others are calling for a spring-loaded No Deal, a withdrawal of Britain without an agreement, or a second Referendum.Labour MP for second Referendum
"The majority of Labour voters and members do not want to leave the EU. They are calling for a second Referendum. Time is of the essence, and we must not forget. There are only outlet still almost 100 days until the EU," said the Labour MP Chuka Umunna on the BBC. It should now wasted no more time and the vote on the withdrawal agreement, the Prime Minister, not to be delayed. "You will bring the agreement by the British house of Commons," said Umunna.
However, in the refusal of a second referendum in May and you're adversary Boris Johnson, exceptionally, agreed. May said in the house of Commons: "A second Referendum will not bring us further. Our country will be divided even more. We should not follow the party leader of the Opposition, and think about which is the best way to achieve new elections. In this important Moment, we should not think of the interests of our party, but in the national interest to act."
The resistance in the lower house against may's plans remains large.Five months for a new Referendum
Even if it's members are now cross-party support for a second Referendum strongly, it is questionable whether, at the end of a majority in the British house of Commons would vote.
In positive case, a law would have to be on the way, says Meg Russell, a Professor of political science at University College London: "for Two months it would take until the law is through, and then we need some months for the election campaign. So it would take around five months from decision to implementation."
in article 50 would have to be extended and the main question remains: What should be on the ballot?
"We need to have on the ballot clear options: Mays Deal is clear, to remain in the EU is clear. So you could vote on the two options. The difficulty would be the fact that so many members want a different Deal."Second Brexit Referendum: May warns of "irreparable harm", 17.12.2018 May moves vote for Brexit, 10.12.2018 May seeks support in Berlin, 11.12.2018 Atlas |UK |London