the Prime minister May called directly to both the members and the whole country at his press conference in Strasbourg late yesterday evening.
– Now it is time for us to agree, " said May – hoping to finally get their brexitavtal in case.
It shall in that case be done with the help of the new guarantees and the promises that the government claims to have received from the EU after the talks with the president of the commission Jean-Claude Juncker.
Above all, it is that the Uk should not need to be the how long any of utträdelseavtalets so controversial stopgap measure on northern Ireland.
" Legally binding guarantees have been required to sort it out. Today we have arranged it, " said May.
in Addition, the Uk also has a one-sided declaration about how you feel able to leave our backup plan is going on its own.
– It is the Uk's view that there is something that prevents the Uk to initiate measures that in the end, our backup plan is going to no longer apply, " said May.
provides, however, a rather ambiguous answers as to how legally binding guarantees really are.
Sure you have the risk reduced to the british should be fixed in our backup plan is going against their will, says Cox in its legal analysis of the new documents.
at the same time still remains a risk that the Uk will not be able to take out our backup plan is going on its own, named it in the analysis.
A tough whack May, notes, all sorts of commentators.
”Devastating for the prime minister. The risk to be retained in our backup plan is going has declined, but remains unchanged if it is not the fault of the EU”, the magazine writes The Sun's political editor Tom Newton Dunn on Twitter.
”Bad news for Theresa May,” writes the Daily Mirror Pippa Crerar.
”Theresa Mays agreements are now almost certainly doomed to a new crushing loss”, writes the Daily telegraph's Jack Maidment.
Keir Starmer is critical and believes that ”the government's strategy is now in tatters”.
the Party was, however, opposed the latest settlement already yesterday evening.
”the Prime minister negotiations have failed. This evening's showdown with the EUROPEAN commission contains nothing approaching the changes that Theresa May has promised to the european parliament. Why must the members of parliament to vote down this deal”, said party leader Jeremy Corbyn in a statement.
More importantly, however, is what Mays own party colleagues in the Conservative party think – and, above all, the most brexitvilliga of the members who have so far voted no to the agreement with the EU.
Many people want to have more time.
" this has become extremely accelerated. I think it would be better to vote in the morning when people have been able to take a more mature consideration, " says one of the warmest brexitanhängarna, Jacob Rees-Mogg, to the BBC.
by Arlene Foster, the party leader (but not member of parliament) for northern ireland unionistpartiet DUP.
Foster said, according to the BBC that she does not want to rushed to make a decision about the new agreement and said to be ”sympathetic” set to the requirements to postpone tonight's vote to in the morning.
According to Reuters, will Foster and Theresa May to ”meet later”. Some point out, however, not.
At 12.30 pm to May anyway meet their own colleagues to try to convince them of its excellence.
Jacob Rees-Mogg and his ilk in the party of the European Research Group (ERG) has then a own collection in the evening to discuss the issue.
– We are not the government, where the prime minister decides, and the party inpiskare then tells them all what to do. We will have a meeting at 18 (at 19 Swedish time) and will discuss the issues surrounding this. In practice, I think each member will decide for themselves in this case, " says Rees-Mogg, according to the newspaper The Guardian.
(g) that he will vote for the ”if the unilateral declaration really is genuinely one-sided”.
He and his ilk are waiting closest to what their own legal experts saying about it that May have negotiated. Weighty will be what the DUP.
"We have set up certain criteria, and all they will be weighed in before we take our decision," said mp Nigel Dodds to the BBC.
utträdelseavtalet required a u-turn from a long line of members. When Theresa May presented the agreement to parliament in January, she lost with rekordmarginal, 432 votes against 202.
Although the EU commission – who long ago tired of the lengthy and uncertain british treatment of brexit – would like to see an approval now.
In politics one sometimes gets a second chance. What is important is what you do with that chance. For there will not be a third chance. Let us be clear: It is this agreement that apply, or perhaps there will be no brexit at all, said commission president Jean-Claude Juncker in Strasbourg yesterday.
in the evening is brexit, in principle, copper-fastened – even if it technically can require some extension beyond the proposed utträdesdatumet on 29 march to put in place all the necessary legislation.
If there is a no waiting in rather than continuing ballots during the week, whether the perception of a withdrawal without agreement and the notion of extending the förhandlingstiden with the EU.
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