On Tuesday to the british parliament to debate and then take a position on more than a dozen different ”add-ons” (amendments) to the government's new negotiation strategy for the exit from the EU – also known as plan b.
mainly regeringssidans proposal that is being debated and decided in the house of commons. But after Mays stinging defeat in the vote on the utträdesavtalet with the EU two weeks ago, has the president, John Bercow agreed to ”extensions” may be taken up to debate, if they are judged to have the chance to gather enough support.
it Sounds complicated? It is there also.
When Theresa May last week unveiled its plan b, she said:
" I will continue holding talks with various parties and see what can be done to reduce concerns about our backup plan is going to northern Ireland. Then I will forward it to the EU.
in the house of commons allowed this too much like plan a, that is to say, the government's previous approach. A long time consisted of getting the EU to back off on the requirement for a stopgap measure of the Northern ireland border, which never succeeded.
In the end it was this that made the government of northern ireland samarbetsparti DUP and a hundred Toryledamöter voted against the utträdesavtalet.
From the EU:s press and hold the setting has not changed since then. The irish government excludes the continuation of each amendment of our backup plan is going, because there is a fear that it could put the peace agreement on the island in danger.
to many members of the british parliament now tie the May – but in different ways. With only two months left to Brexitdagen on 29 march, the parliament is more fragmented than ever.
Three of the additions are thought to have the greatest chance to go through is the following:
Toryledamoten Graham Brady wants that the government is bound to replace our backup plan is going about northern Ireland with the ”alternative solutions” in a written and legally binding supplement to the agreement. The idea is that it should push the EU negotiators to make concessions and show that a majority in parliament is prepared to vote ' yes ' if changes are made. In the ”Brexitörfalangen” is, however, ironically, some disagreement about this supplement is enough.
Toryledamoten Caroline Spelman and labour member Jack Dromey want the house clearly vote no to a avtalslös Brexit march 29. It would not automatically stop a avtalslös Brexit, but adds a heavy responsibility on May if it would be so.
labour member Yvette Cooper want to go a step further and concrete to prevent a avtalslös Brexit. Her addition would, if accepted, set aside the February 5 debate and decision on a specific proposal: that the government on 26 February must have received an authorisation by the parliament for a utträdesavtal – otherwise, the british immediately submit an application for deferment of the EU-exit.
most analysts think that the EU would accept such a proposal, because Brussels does not want to be blamed for a disorderly and potentially very harmful avtalslös Brexit.
Theresa May seems to see the threat of a chaotic exit, as its perhaps the strongest förhandlingskort, and want at any price to maintain it.
Without it, she would likely be forced to choose one of her three odious options: a Brexitkompromiss with the opposition, a new referendum or to call a new election.