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Expert: Hard brexit is now politically impossible
"Expert: Hard brexit is now politically impossible"

"the British parliament has voted no to leaving the EU without agreement."

"the Decision to dissolve the knots in the parliament and force the politicians to a solution or lead to a new referendum, considers the political scientist Nicholas Aylott."

"– To leave without a contract is now a very, very far-fetched scenario, " he says."

"Parliament's decision is not binding under the law. But that the prime minister, Theresa May not follow it, but implement a hard brexit without a contract, is not likely, think Nicholas Aylott, associate professor in political science at Södertörn university and an expert on british politics."

" She can't deviate from the parliament's will and survive as prime minister."

"But it's not just the Uk that decide the issue – if not the country would leave the EU without agreement on 29 march, a postponement of the withdrawal to be approved from the EU-hold."

" It's not completely guaranteed that you do it. Parliament must find an alternative. It can have many different forms, but any constructive solution, one must arrive at, " says Nicholas Aylott."

"Sorry, see, in particular, two solutions that can change the locked position in the parliament."

" one option is that the hard brexitörerna, most in the prime minister's own party, which preferred a harder brexit and even a brexit without a contract, now realize that a hard brexit will not happen and that all realistic alternatives to the government's agreement is worse in their eyes."

"– If the government proposes their contract for a third time, it is possible that there is a majority behind it, " says Nicholas Aylott."

"A more likely scenario, consider Aylott, is that the opposition now take command and find a solution that gets the majority:"

" the Government has lost control over the process. The leader of the opposition Labour party can begin to negotiate with different groups in the parliament and come up with a proposal that is similar to the Labour party's current policy, which means, a much softer form of brexit in the long term, " says Nicholas Aylott."

"the EU can go to shoot up utträdesdatumet either two–three months or up to two years, depending on the location of the parliament lands, says the political scientist."

"– It can either be that parliament needs a few weeks to adopt a new model for the exit. Or a very long extension, where it is shifting properly. Perhaps to facilitate a new referendum, " says Nicholas Aylott."

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