the Data in the british media on Monday indicated that the negotiations between the Uk and the EU were close to a breakthrough at the weekend – but it then locked up again.
the Negotiations are in a critical position. I can you understand that not attending the events in advance. But this house will have to hold a meaningful vote in the morning, said the deputy Brexitministern Robin Walker of the british house of commons.
traveled Theresa May to Strasbourg for a crucial meeting with EU commission president Jean-Claude Juncker and the union's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier.
It is unclear how close to agreement the parties.
In the british parliament targeted the leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn harsh criticism against the Mays of the negotiation strategy.
" this is a british government in the chaos that leads a country into chaos, on the basis of this soup. This chaos can not continue for long. People's workplaces, jobs and businesses are on on the games, while this government fail time and time again and just delay everything, " said Corbyn.
that Tuesday's planned vote is the most important thing in a long time in the protracted political drama that Brexit has been reduced to.
Just 18 days remaining to the EU-exit, and if not, the changes in the skilsmässoavtalet who May have accomplished is far-reaching enough, will be impossible to secure a majority for it in parliament.
if was on the 15th of January – and then literally crushed it with 432 votes against 202.
In Mays own party, there are about a hundred members who are calling for changes in the controversial reservplanen (”backstop”) for the border in Ireland . Even the government of northern ireland, northern ireland, to some extent due the DUP have called for such changes.
Many of these ”brexitörer” awaiting the politically appointed attorney general Geoffrey Cox review of any modifications of the agreement. So without a clear support from him learn May not get through the text in the parliament.
One of the Mays colleagues and harshest critics, brexitören Jacob Rees-Mogg, said on Monday:
– it Is not self-contradictory that it is more difficult to leave the so-called reservplanen, if it enters into force, than to leave the EU itself?
has been tightened against the prime minister in the last few days. She managed to fend off a no-confidence vote as late as in december, but now, if she again tries to get through the same agreement as the previous – and unsuccessful – can avgångskraven come again.
This applies in particular if the result will be a deferred Brexit – or if she is targeting to open the invitations to the Labour, to get to a ”softer” agreements with the greater chance to pass through parliament.