The British house of Commons has spoken out against a tough Brexit. Now it goes in the evening to a postponement of the exit. For what comes then, there are a lot of ideas, but no consensus.
For months, the parties, the lower house, the government should leave the UK, the EU. argue Now the deputies have excluded at least something.
321 MPs voted against a No-Deal-Brexit and 278. Although this decision is not legally binding, but puts pressure on the government. For the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, it remains, however, as she explained after the vote in the lower house: There is a law that the UK must keep.
"Britain will leave the EU without a Deal, unless it is otherwise agreed. And now it has to be found out. We can leave with the agreement the EU has negotiated with the government in the last two years. Or we put it before this Deal of the population again to a vote, but then we run the risk that there is no Brexit."
Brexit in the cul-de-SAC
the focal point, 13.03.2019
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