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New been elected as chairman specifically for May – now she may be forced to apply for delayed Brexit

As expected, voted by the british parliament on Wednesday night against a avtalslös Brexit. But the members made it over to say the least chaotic and the government unwanted forms.

that parliament should vote no to a avtalslös Brexit. Theresa May argued in the debate that it is best for the country is to leave the EU with a contract, and that the members should, therefore, vote against a chaotic, disorderly Brexit march 29.

– this government will continue to work for withdrawal from the EU, but with a good agreement, she promised in the house of commons.

for the day very hoarse the prime minister added:

" maybe I have no voice today, but I understand the voice of the people. And it is that people want to leave the EU, bringing an end to the free movement, have our own trade and see that the laws are written in this country. That is what this agreement entails, " said May.

But the disputed skilsmässoavtal which May have negotiated with the EU, has now been voted down twice by the parliament and by a large majority. And also this evening waited been elected as chairman specifically for the prime minister.

would be voted on, a vote was held regarding an addition to the government's proposal. It had been added by members from several different parties and excludes avtalslös Brexit completely – i.e. not just the 29 march, as the government wanted. And this addendum were approved by the parliament by a narrow margin.

When backing the government. Theresa May has long maintained that she wants to keep the threat of a ”no deal” to be able to negotiate effectively with the EU. The government therefore decided in the last moment to tell their members to vote against the government's own proposal – despite the fact that you previously said that everyone would get to vote after own heart.

the Result: another defeat. The modified government proposal went through, with 321 votes to 278.

the Outcome does not mean that the EUROPEAN union-withdrawal is stopped, and insisted in May.

– Purely legally, we will still leave the EU without agreement if we do not reach an agreement, said the prime minister.

a vote on the postponement of the EU-the exit – and most indications are that it will be a yes.

For Theresa May does it mean, however, that the risk to her governing party, the Tories shatter increases. Among those who defied the government, there were 17 EU-friendly conservatives.

Four heavy duty ministers also abstained from voting. In normal cases, they had sparkats immediately, but even late on Wednesday night it was unclear if May would take any action against them.

– A ”no deal” would be disastrous for the constituency which I represent, " said Tory member Antoinette Sandbach, who was one of those who openly defied their leader's calls on Wednesday night.

declared that he now wants to seek blocköverskridande solutions:

the Prime minister has long said that the choice is between her agreement or no agreement at all. But in the last 24 hours, parliament voted no to both her contract and leave the EU without agreement. Now the parliament must take control of this process and seek a compromise, " said Corbyn.

Remarkably, came similar noises from the Mays finance minister Philip Hammond on Wednesday.

" we All have a solemn duty in the coming days and weeks to put our differences aside and seek a compromise which this house can agree on in the nation's interest, said the minister of finance.

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