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Brexit : in the British house of Commons

The news agencies have spread the message for a long time, as Theresa May announced on Tuesday afternoon their new Brexit policy: 59 days prior to the scheduled

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Brexit : in the British house of Commons

The news agencies have spread the message for a long time, as Theresa May announced on Tuesday afternoon their new Brexit policy: 59 days prior to the scheduled exit date, the conservative Prime Minister wants to negotiate with Brussels agreed to a new contract. The house should now give a clear mandate. "This house must speak with one voice and must not tie my hands." The deputies of the Prime Minister were only to a limited extent: Although they voted by a narrow majority, (317:301) for a request by the conservative behind bänklers Graham Brady, but not before 318:310 votes, that they want to leave in any case without agreement from the EU. Both requests are not legally binding and can not contradict himself, because of a EU-friendly, others confrontational.

The head of government interpreted the vote on the Brady amendment as a "significant and workable majority" for your project of new negotiations. The leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn indicated then, unlike a fortnight ago that he was going to make may's invitation to talks.

The Prime Minister had already initiated a short debate, which culminated in the evening in a total of seven votes on new ways out of Brexit-crisis. The Conservative and unionist party the DUP, whose support may's minority government depends rejected all Attempts by the Opposition, the Parliament greater rights.

The Brady signaled to request approval of the long-negotiated exit contract provided that "alternative methods" to so-called catch-all solution for Northern Ireland is to be found. This is the open position of the intra-Irish border for the case that the UK and the EU have agreed to the end of the scheduled transitional period – probably the end of 2022 – still no free trade agreement. In this case, the entire country would remain in the EU customs Union, Northern Ireland also receive privileged access to the single market. Although the Northern Irish civil society has welcomed the Deal, he runs counter to the Wishes of the Brexit-Ultras with the Torys as well as of the Protestant DUP. The head of government has been used, therefore, after the rejection of the Treaty prior to fourteen days of a lot of time and energy, the factions in their own party.

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EU rejects renegotiations

Whether all this is good is questionable. The EU hastened by late Tuesday evening, to announce that she is opposed to any renegotiation.

Influential Labour MPs such as Benn and the Committee Chairman, Rachel Reeves and Yvette Cooper were explored in non-partisan discussions of possibilities, as this could tear the lower house of the Brexit Initiative. As the most promising application idea of Cooper and the Tory on Tuesday evening backbencher Nicholas Boles to the vote: the possibility of a NoDeal-Brexit should be excluded from all. Would achieve this by the middle of February, due bill, forcing the government to the intended exit date (on 29. To route March to 24 hours) to the year's end. Thus, the way would be new elections, free to further negotiations with Brussels, or even to a second Referendum. The application was narrowly rejected.

This idea, as well as the request of the former attorney-General Dominic Grieve May advanced in the vicinity of the unconstitutional: they would have "unprecedented, far-reaching" changes for the British democracy. Grieve defended himself against the accusation by reminding his party boss, whose actions of the past years: Always either the courts or the need to force the lower house, even the Prime Minister to the Parliament on the Brexit process.

may's speech demonstrated the stunning agility of the politician adopted in favour of the best interests of your party from before as immovable positions shown. Whipped by the Consent lamentation of their group, the head of government proved to be a shrewd debate speaker, to allowed new questions and was Critical of run off.

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made, However, head of the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn, in his reply, why he was prior to his election to the head of the Labour party for over 30 years on the back benches. Stubborn the leader of the opposition rattled his speech, made use of not even friendly questions and responded helplessly to an interruption by the Prime Minister. Corbyn had "no idea," scoffed May – the stone faces on the Labour benches revealed that many of his group was shared by colleagues in the assessment of the political opponent.

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