the New negotiations, new attempts, new elections or a referendum?
Here are five possible ways forward after the uk government postponed the parlamentsomröstningen if brexit.
On Thursday meet prime minister Theresa May, his colleagues in the EU at the last summit in Brussels. Perhaps the time she before it even hit the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier. May want to discuss the so-called fix – backstop on the brexitspråk – which is to ensure an open border between ireland and northern Ireland, if no other solutions are reached, but if she gets with the other EU leaders on the resumption of negotiations is highly unclear. If everyone says yes, there is still the opportunity to extend the negotiation period until after the 29 march 2019, even if it is, then, that the Uk has planned to leave the EU.
the Timetable is unclear as to when the government intend to put forward a utträdelseavtal again for a vote in the parliament. Technically, it may even take until the end of march – even if it would not be very practical. The shorter the time remaining to the exit, the shorter the time there is at the same time to adapt to a situation where the united kingdom and the EUROPEAN union, without agreement at the exit, with the risk of chaos and queues at borders and ports.
the Prime minister could call an early presidential election in the hope of gathering support for its line. Even if she has won a lot of sympathy on the part of many britons, however, few who seems to like her utträdelseavtal. And the result may very well be that the Labour party instead of taking over the government.
the Timing of the catching is not really a new referendum with before exit 29 march. The pressure from the stay-page is, however, great – and in the uk the government is reported to be thinking of a solution where the residents get to choose between Mays utträdelseavtal or to remain in the EU.
Theresa May has repeatedly stated that the option to her contract is that the Uk leaves the EU without a contract at all, with the risk of serious economic consequences. It will not be able to occur without continued major battles in parliament, where a large amount of members is at least as critical against a no deal-location, as against the Mays agreements. The grim and wide criticism of the May do it at the same time is not impossible that she either chooses to resign or be forced to resign through a vote of confidence in the party. In that case there is hardly anyone who knows where the road leads in the future.