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Intense negotiations are waiting for Mays loss
"Intense negotiations are waiting for Mays loss"

"It was a resounding' no ' vote in the british parliament to the prime minister Theresa Mays utträdelseavtal with the EU."

"Now waiting for a vote of no confidence, but analysts that TT talked with believe that the government may continue to trust."

" will she not be likely to win because the Tories will not like to have her away. They don't want to have a new election, " says Ulrika Mörth, professor of political science at Stockholm university."

"Theresa Mays proposals lost by a record margin. The decision took by replying 432 against and 202."

"– It was expected that she would lose, but she has lost a lot, " says Ulrika Mörth."

"– the Scale of the defeat for the government's proposal is bigger than what many had expected. It is a really heavy defeat, says Nicholas Aylott, associate professor in political science at Södertörn university college."

"Theresa May and the government now has a few days before the on Monday to announce how the Uk will proceed with the exit. Now waiting for the intense negotiations. But the big defeat has weakened her mandate."

"– What is it that parliament has said to her? Yes, they do not want the agreement, but what do they want instead? says Ulrika Mörth."

"Göran von Sydow, acting director at Swedish institute for european policy studies, says that if the loss had been a little less had May been able to come back with a similar proposal."

"Now she's had enough rather than take more drastic action to avoid a avtalslöst exit."

" I think it is difficult to predict what the alternatives would be. There are different ways. Which of them is most probable, I think, is difficult to predict, " he says."

"it is the Intention that the Uk should leave the EUROPEAN union on 29 march, but time is running out."

" it– It's very tight now and according to british media suspect even the ministers who is for brexit that it will need to be an extension of this deadline. Not a input extension, maybe just a few weeks, but to catch up with the law, " says Nicholas Aylott."

"the Other alternative to an extension is, inter alia, that the Uk leaving the EU without an agreement or a new referendum."

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