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Four motions shall determine the Brexit the Uk can get

Tonight's vote in the house of commons has aroused strong feelings and a few hours before the vote to start occupied the visitors ' gallery of half-naked klimatdemonstranter. This is according to The Guardian.

Like so many times before is the issue of how to resolve border issues between ireland and northern Ireland, the issue that will cause debate. An open border between the countries means that northern Ireland will remain in a customs union with the EU and that people and goods will continue to can freely pass between countries – until a new agreement has been concluded between the EU and the Uk.

the agreement concluded between the parties will reservlösningen, as it came to be called, to keep the border remains open.

the Assembly speaker chose on Monday afternoon four of the eight motions that are on the table to a vote in the house of commons start at 21 in the evening.

The four proposals selected by the charismatic president John Bercow, who was previously a member of the conservative party, is the following:

the Uk government to negotiate a permanent customs union with the EU. This would reduce the number of controls at the border with the republic of Ireland. Something Theresa May is strongly opposed. When the motion at an earlier time presented it was very close to getting majority.

Behind the motion is a conservative mp.

the Uk have a trade agreement similar to Norway and will continue to be a part of the EU's single market but outside the customs union. This would also give british citizens the right to live and work in EU countries and EU citizens to work and live in the Uk. At the last vote voting 188 for and 283 against the motion. The motion is often called the common market 2.0.

Behind the motion is two conservative members of parliament.

A referendum must be carried out to approve the proposal that the parliament come to the conclusion. Regardless of which this proposal will be At the last vote voted 268 and 295 receive it..

Behind the motion is a Labourledamot.

the Motion to prevent the Uk from leaving the EU without an agreement. If no agreement is reached, no later than two days prior to the date when the Uk will leave the EU the government must get to an extension. There is a risk that there may be a withdrawal without an agreement, the Uk is to withdraw its application for withdrawal. This exercise has not previously been presented.

Behind the motion is a member of the Scottish national party.

in Brexitfrågor says to the Reuters news agency that the party will give its support to the exercise C, D and E.

Regardless of motionerna who wins tonight, the advisory vote. A new poll is waiting on Wednesday.

the Following motions, the parliament will not to vote on during the evening:

the Uk should leave the EUROPEAN union on 22 may, but otherwise follow the agreements that Theresa May has negotiated with the EU. But in addition, says the motion that the Uk should be able to close the border between Ireland and northern Ireland if so desired.

Behind the motion is a conservative mp.

the Uk should leave the EU on 12 april without an agreement if the parliament has not chosen to give its support to Mays settlement before then.

Behind the motion is a conservative mp.

If the Uk leaves the EU without an agreement, the matter shall become the subject of a referendum in order to obtain an agreement.

Behind the motion is a conservative and a Labourledamot.

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