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Erik de la Reguera: May get to keep its strongest cards in the EU-negotiations

”Order!” Order.

This loud admonition from the speaker John Bercow embossed house of commons on Tuesday.

when the deeply divided british parliament would take control of Brexit. Evening when a new direction would be taken out, that could offer a reasonably realistic path forward after the uk government's monumental failure to get the green light for the skilsmässoavtal that Theresa May has previously negotiated with the EU and that she then called the ”best possible agreement”.

But instead of a relaunch, there was a display in the paralysis that has hit the british political class.

Prime minister Theresa May had asked for a strong mandate to return to Brussels for a renegotiation. The government supported, therefore, the so-called Graham Brady-the proposal, which included a requirement of ”alternative solutions” to the vexed our backup plan is going about northern Ireland.

Brexitörerna to vote yes to the forced May also orally promise a renegotiation of the text of the utträdesavtalet. And the EU has repeatedly declared is completely out of the question.

president of the French republic Emmanuel Macron stressed on Tuesday night that the agreement ”will not be renegotiated”, at the same time, he warned that a avtalslös Brexit now is something that all parties must prepare for.

Just a few minutes after the parliament voted yes to Graham Brady, the proposal also came the official comment from the EU: ”there will be no renegotiation if our backup plan is going about northern Ireland”.

the Opposition hoped for a long time that labour member Yvette cooper's proposal would go through. It had opened to shoot up Brexit, if not the government pushed through an agreement at the latest on February 26.

to it, as well as to most of the other proposals. The parliament voted, admittedly by a narrow margin because they want to avoid a avtalslös Brexit – but this was a political declaration and does not bind the government is purely legal.

the Prime minister may thus, in practice, retain what she sees as his strongest card in the negotiations with the EU: the threat of a avtalslös Brexit march 29. A threat as soon as the risks become a reality.

Possibly it strengthens her grip on it polarized the ruling party, the Tories. But Tuesday's exercises hardly take us closer to a solution on the Brexitdramat – and nor does the increase the british public's trust in elected representatives.

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