Again, there is no Agreement in the house of Commons, a hard Brexit seems more and more likely. What happens now? Answers to the important questions.
On this Tuesday, the British government, at the instigation of the Prime Minister Theresa May to marathon deliberations. There is a way out of the Brexit Dilemma is sought after the house of Commons on Monday evening, again four Alternatives to Mays title Brexit-rejected Deal with the EU. United Kingdom have been threatened in less than two weeks of exit from the States without any agreement - with serious consequences for the economy, administration and citizens. The EU is urging London to be in a hurry.
What is happening?
On Monday failed in the British Parliament, once again, all Alternatives to the Brexit-the agreement of May-government with the EU. Number of votes in the British house of Commons had a tendency for a soft divorce from the EU. Nevertheless, the parliamentarians refused a request to remain in the customs Union, with a tight difference of three votes (276 to 273 votes). Against the whereabouts in the internal market for Goods and services and the free movement of persons, the members 282 to 261 votes. Also, the advance failed to make a possible Brexit Deal once again with the people's vote or the exit the whole blow.
What are Mays next steps?
The Prime Minister has convened for Tuesday a more than five - hour meeting of its Cabinet in a different occupation. Typically, a session of the Cabinet of Ministers takes about 90 minutes. According to media reports, some Ministers make the mood for a No-Deal-Brexit, challenge others to make a closer connection to the EU to the government line. The proposal, to remain in the European customs Union, was on Monday in the vote of a majority of the next, however, against the resistance of a large part of the conservative party in government.
Could there be new elections?
new elections would be possible, to change the balance of forces in Parliament - but not the Tories, but rather the opposition Labour would benefit party. Also May want to speak to you today with your Ministers. For the dissolution of Parliament and the calling of new elections, you need a two-thirds majority in the lower house. Then at least five weeks must elapse before it can be selected. A long displacement of the Brexit would be unavoidable, and the UK would have to participate in the European elections at the end of may.
Submit Feb your Deal now a fourth Time?
This is quite likely, even if the Prime Minister has failed three Times already. The difference between those for and against votes was less in the case of each vote: 230, 149, 58. Perhaps the could vote in the lower house on Wednesday evening a fourth Time on may's Deal. It is questionable whether the speaker of Parliament, John Bercow allow this.
What's the EU?
Brussels is pressing, given the threat of a hard Brexit to hurry. EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker warns that it is time that the British Parliament say what it would.
A "No-Deal"Brexit "from day to day, more likely," complains EU chief negotiator, Michel Barnier. The European Union is ready to keep Britain in the customs Union, or to accept a similar relationship as that between the EU and Norway. However, there was also no majority in the lower house. In the case of a longer displacement of the Leaving date, the will not renegotiated negotiated exit agreement, Barnier.
The EU is on 10. April to hold a special summit to discuss a possible appeal of London to a long Brexit-delay - or to make last preparations for a British withdrawal without a Deal. Delicate, a further grace period for the UK would, because it would then have to participate in the election to the European Parliament by the end of may. Two dates have been, if the British should not extend the 12. April leaving date in the case of a hard Brexits, the 22. May, in the event that the Parliament should approve your Pact.