today we have the opportunity to show what the united kingdom wants to, " said Theresa May, during the debate ahead of sensitive polls in the house of commons.
Himself had she appealed for support to ask Brussels to open negotiations with the EU - and it was her replying 317-301.
According to the proposal, as the parliament voted yes to be ”our backup plan is going about northern Ireland will be replaced with an alternative arrangement to avoid a hard limit”. The northern irish unionists in the british government to some extent due the DUP made it clear that the party should support the line, and it also made the Brexitförespråkarna in the Conservative party.
– Now we will talk with the EU about how this can be done. It will not be easy, said Theresa May, after the vote and invited opposition leaders to discussions. Jeremy Corbyn said that he is ready to meet her.
however, it became to the house of commons said no to a withdrawal without agreement. The decision is not binding, but it will be difficult for Theresa May to push through a hard Brexit.
the house of Commons voted on seven motions for nearly two hours on Tuesday night. All the polls except one was smooth and the parliamentarians voted in favour of the partigränsen. Parliament remains divided.
– nevertheless, It is important that Teresa May has a majority in the house of commons behind them when she goes to Brussels and want to make changes in the agreement, " says the conservative mp Rory Stewart to the BBC.
what Theresa May is doing right now. She goes to Brussels with a proposal for Ireland as the EU will say no to. May hold together his party, but lose more time. nothing will happen, " says Dawn Wolfe, a political columnist at The Guardian, the BBC's long live.
the Signals from the EU have been that small adjustments can be made in the agreement, but no major changes can be current.
with the EU and Theresa May now wants to try to change "is the best possible agreement and is not omförhandlingsbart", said the president of the French republic Emmanuel Macron during a visit in Cyprus, reports the AFP.
A proposal which, in advance, looked to have a chance to be voted on, tabled by labour member Yvette Cooper. The proposal, which was voted down by the numbers 298-321, meant that the Uk would request the extended förhandlingstid with the UNION to reach a new agreement on the withdrawal.
voted on Theresa Mays proposals to Brexitavtal with the EU, it ended in a humiliating defeat for the prime minister. 432 members voted against and only 202.
Never before has a british government lost in a vote. Theresa May has passed, however, the vote of confidence requested by the labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
in exactly two months, leave the Uk the EU.