the Stakes are becoming higher before the sensitive vote in the british house of commons. Theresa May devoted last week to appeal for support on all possible flanks – but the evidence suggests still that she did not have the support needed to get through the utträdesavtalet.
On Sunday, wrote the prime minister an article in the Sunday Express, in which she warns of a significantly increased risk of a loss of Brexit if the agreement is voted down.
Then would the members namely be faced with the choice of a avtalslös Brexit on 29 march and to delay or even stop the EU-exit completely, says May. The latter would be a ”catastrophic and unforgivable betrayal that would damage the credibility of our democracy,” writes the prime minister.
”It is time to put the political games aside and do what is right for the country,” she concludes.
the tt to mobilise support from the upwards of a hundred EU-critical ”brexitörerna” in the conservative governing party the Tories, many of whom have already decided to vote no.
Maybe can some of them be induced. May sound some of the members also soothed by the open letter that the EUROPEAN commission's leadership post on Monday and in which it is emphasised that the disputed reservplanen (”backstop”) is not meant to be activated, other than in an emergency, and that it in no way is intended to be a permanent solution.
But that slightly larger number of ”brexitörer” would swing on the basis of a halvkvävt promise from Jean-Claude Juncker is hardly likely.
With just over a day left to vote to indicate, therefore, the most that a number of Mays colleagues will trap the agreement, together with the government of northern ireland, northern ireland, samarbetsparti DUP – and virtually the entire opposition.
votes from the Labour party called May last week to the leaders of some of the country's largest trade unions – an extremely rare venture for a Toryledare.
From the labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, however, is the tone continued to be implacable.
– We will add a no-confidence vote against the government, and at a time that we ourselves choose. But it will be soon, you don't have to worry about that, " said Corbyn on Sunday.
Labour's line throughout has been to vote down Mays contract and require a new election. The problem for Corbyn is that he gets to get difficult to gather a majority in parliament for such a motion of censure.
Despite the ”brexitörernas” merciless criticism of Theresa May, there namely one thing they hate more than anything: the thought of Jeremy Corbyn in power.
If misstroendeförklaringen does not go through, will the faction within the Labour party who want to see a second referendum on the EU membership to become more vocal. According to a congress should Labour pursue such a requirement, if you do not manage to get to a new election.
even now ongoing conversations between members from different parties in the house of commons, who in various ways want to turn the control out of government hands.
do, however, see a second referendum – on the other, they both fear a svekdebatt among their respective kärnväljare, partly because they know that a new referendum would polarise the country further, but for the sake of offering any guarantee of a different result.
This may ironically lead to May and Corbyn are forced to sit down and negotiate face-to-face. But to succeed in such a negotiation takes time.
Perhaps it is why the EU-commission, according to sources like the british press are quoting, has already begun to prepare for a request from the british for a postponement of the EU-exit.
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