Brexit means Brexit, was a long time Theresa Mays proud slogan. But a week before the Uk would leave the EU is greater confusion than ever about what Brexit really means.
a clarification at Thursday's EU summit went bet. The only thing that happened was that the problem is pushed forward in time and gave the pressed Theresa May some respite.
in the Future there are two dates to keep your eyes on. If May manages to turn through its proposal, which has already been voted down twice, to exit in parliament next week leaving the Uk, the EU may 22. May she once again thumbs down crashes the Uk out of the EU, 12 april, provided that it does not come up to a new plan that the EU can accept. Then, the date of the withdrawal shall be extended further.
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All of these new tours and new dates begin to tire out the british. The media is trying to pedagogically explain the different scenarios that no one really understands. Meanwhile, Theresa May's criticism, as negotiators from all sides. Whether her own partikollegor or the opposition is impressed. The result in Brussels, be seen to be completely governed by EU countries, May took home zero. Moreover, she's upset feelings, in a speech in the week have gone to the attack on the parliament, which, she argues, plays a political game, and yourself utmålat himself as the one who stands on the people's side.
Brexit has shared the Uk on all fronts. This house is divided, public opinion is divided and within the parties there is disagreement. As it looks today, the Mays chances to get through their agreement in the parliament is small. Possibly, it may open the way for a group of parliamentarians across party lines who want to leave the ball to the parliament to find ways out. These people think that the parliament will vote on a number of different routes out of the EU, as Norway's model, the further a referendum or to stay in the customs union. Brexit-the issue will not be resolved if the May refuse to move an inch, says Labour-the honourable Hilary Benn, who is in the group of cross-party support. In the parliament there is a majority for a so-called soft Brexit.
Survivor Mays position now hangs on a fragile thread. ”If she loses the vote next week, I can't see how she can continue”, says a conservative meps to the Financial Times. She is described as too stubborn and unable to listen to the will of parliament. She now had two extra weeks from the EU is seen as a disgrace by several members.
standing in the firing line for increased criticism. They are now so hated that the vice-president of parliament, Lindsay Hoyle, in a letter advise all parliamentarians to take a taxi or ride home together in order to avoid harassment, if Brexit. ”Personally, I have never experienced such a tense situation during my time in the house and I am aware that other colleagues feel the same thing,” writes Hoyle, who has been a parliamentarian since 2010, according to Politico.