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May: We request a postponement of brexit. Trap, says Scottish premier
The British prime minister Theresa May will in the EU postponing questions of the brexit, that she has tonight disclosed during a statement. “I've always said that we of a no-deal scenario, in the long term can make a success, but a problem with the agreement is better,” says May. She wants the postponement of the brexit kept as short as possible to the British members of parliament in the meantime to give the opportunity to come to a consensus about the uitstapakkoord. According to the Scottish prime minister Nicola Sturgeon is May's plan, however, a catch.

The announcement came after a seven-hour meeting with her cabinet. The division weighs very heavily on the parliament, said the May tonight and “the debate can not continue to take”. Therefore, she will be in the European Union to apply for an extension of article 50, that the withdrawal of the UK from the EU regulates, to the uitstapakkoord is approved by the British house of Commons.

She insisted once again that the EU has repeatedly let it be understood that there is again not over the brexitakkoord can be negotiated. Therefore remains May add that the members of parliament are behind the deal have scissors that they negotiated with the EU. That deal, however, was three times fired by the members of the house of Commons. “We can and must, find a compromise,” said the British prime minister. She hopes that this can be for may 22, so that the United Kingdom does not need to take part in the European elections.

Cooperation with Labour

To get out of the stalemate, wants May is now together with Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of opposition party Labour, to have a plan to work out for approval shall be submitted to the British parliament. She hopes that a proposal next week to propose to the Council of Europe.

As May and Corbyn fail to provide a joint plan to work out, then there will be a range of options for the future relationship with the EU to a vote be submitted to the house of Commons, said the prime minister. The government will then abide by the decision of the parliament, on the condition that Labour will do the same.

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