– Had the EU leaders said no, we had gone for a hard Brexit on 29 march, the original Brexitdagen. A hard Brexit means that the british will leave the EU without skilsmässoavtal, which has been described as a crash or a chaotic mode. Nobody wants to have.
– the Reason is the forthcoming european Elections. It runs from 23 may, when the Netherlands start voting for the may 26, when Sweden, among others, to vote. The EU wants the Uk involved in the selection if you are still a member of the EU these days. It affects the dates.
" If Theresa May gets through his Brexitavtal in parliament next week, the country has until 22 may to technically get into the agreement in its legislation.https://twitter.com/eucopresident/status/1108860241008050176
" If Theresa May did not get to review their agreements in the parliament, the EU has given her to the 12 april to reply, if the Uk is to participate in Elections and apply for a further delay of Brexit. 12 april is the last date to which the british practically can arrange a choice for their citizens.
– It is the central issue. Brexitavtalet, as the EU and the uk government concluded in november, has already been voted down twice by a large majority in the house of commons. The president stopped earlier in the week a third vote with reference to the rules from the 1600-century, that few knew.
Theresa May's claim, however, that there is a movement among parliamentarians to support her proposal. Other EU leaders during the summit In Brussels, pushed her really hard at what she does if she fails to get a majority. After all, 75 members of the switch side, including several from the opposition Labour because Theresa May not have all of their own Toryledamöter.
– It is actually the most likely outcome, right now is the best to add. Then april 12, the new day then a so-called hard Brexit may happen.
labour leader Jeremy Corbyn want to stop a hard Brexit. He has also been in Brussels today, which he rarely is, and spoken with both the main förhandlingsmänniskorna in the EU machinery that several heads of state and government. Corbyn is trying to build a majority in the british parliament for a softer Brexit, which means that the Uk has close economic relations with the EU.labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on the way out after a meeting with the EU Brexitförhandlare Michel Barnier on Thursday. Photo: ARIS OIKONOMOU
– In plain language, it is that the Uk should be included in a customs union with the EU. It would facilitate opportunities to keep the border on the irish island open and thereby safeguarding the peace agreement of 1998.
the Message from them has always been that the Brexitavtalet not going to renegotiate. However, all of the time with the addition that if the Uk alters some of its principles, the ”red lines” on förhandlingsspråk, the EU is willing to listen. Theresa May has consistently been towards a customs union. I think that the EU27 would welcome a solution in which a customs union is included.
– Falls Mays agreements learn the EU27 keep some form of kristmöte next week. The march 28 is a date mentioned.
– There are many brits who hope it. Among other things, arranged a jättedemonstration in London on Saturday where people from all over the country traveling in and demanding to vote again.
– But, the people have already had their say, a second time when they voted in June 2016. It is perfectly legitimate to criticise the conditions for the vote. Although it is the result of good follow-up to the polls. Still the british are deeply divided and Brexit would be able to win again.
" People are infinitely tired of only hearing about the Brexit on the news and that their politicians do not spend more time on important domestic issues.
– To the will of the inhabitants are dissatisfied with the government's Brexitförhandlingar. According to a public opinion poll tv-channel Sky made believe 90% that the way in which negotiations of a national disgrace.https://twitter.com/SkyData/status/1108413519513427969
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