"In the evening determined which route the british are taking about brexit. Should members of parliament vote for the prime minister's proposal and in calmer conditions, break loose from the EU? Or will it be as expected – that Theresa May loses. Then is the way forward perhaps more unclear than ever."
"Prime minister Theresa May has in an almost desperate state tried to convince the members of the british house of commons to support utträdesavtalet as she negotiated with the EU in 18 months. On Monday she held a speech in the industrial city of Stoke-on-Trent, where over 60 per cent voted to leave the EU. She said that it is for ”the best” as members of the board must endorse the government's proposal."
"But even if the majority was clear in the Stoke-on-Trent so it is not there to Mays's favor in the parliament. Most of the time talking to her during the evening, lose the vote. Both members from the opposition Labour party and his own conservative party, and the northern irish DUP, would rather see another agreement – or nothing at all. She has during the weekend managed to attract more than a few members to her proposal, but far from enough."
"– I still think it is a thoroughly bad agreement. But I think that the risk of brexit, but agreements need to be carefully considered, " says Toryledamoten Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, who turned in the issue, to the BBC."
"How the road looks if May loses in the evening is far from clear. On 29 march, leaving the Uk in the European union. But the EU has in recent days signaled that it expects that the british request a postponed utträdesdatum to get a new contract. Meanwhile, labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said that if Theresa May loses, he plans to ”shortly” ask for a vote of no confidence against her."
"the Last time in december when parliament would vote on the utträdesavtalet shot everything up, and the chances are that the same thing happens again. Several members are planning which is to put their own proposal, to be voted on before the Mays. It can be a long evening."