It is the heaviest defeat ever suffered by a government in the British house of Commons: With 432 202 votes on Tuesday evening, the deputies have rejected the lower house the agreement to the Brexit, the head of government Theresa May with the EU, which had already been negotiated. Also 118 Tories from may's own party voted against the head of government. With the overwhelming "no" to the agreement is now completely open, as it emerges in the EU. In any case, but the danger is increased now that it is on 29. March comes to a hard Brexit, so an exit without any agreement from the EU.
In a first reaction directly after the announcement of the result May explained how it should go now from their point of view. The house of Commons have not made it clear what it wants, said the head of government, it was clear but as before, what, were the deputies. She wanted to lead, therefore, now cross-party talks to discuss the further course of action. In addition, they announced new negotiations with Brussels. Shortly before the vote, May had campaigned against it in the house of Commons for a "Yes" to the agreement, among other things, with the justification that the EU will not be to renegotiate ready. This is also the Austrian Chancellor, Sebastian confirmed in a direct response to the vote.
it must, However, face May on Wednesday night trust once a no-confidence vote that the opposition has brought in chef Jeremy Corbyn. You should lose this, would be new elections. However, this possibility is rather unlikely. Especially since May has already survived a couple of weeks ago a motion of censure from their own ranks, and also their coalition partner, has announced the Northern Irish DUP are already in place to support you in the vote. In the vote on the agreement with the EU that was not the case. The DUP was due to the so-called Backstops, the arrangements for the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland, vehemently opposed to it.
May want to represent on Monday in the Parliament, how it intends to proceed. However, it can also be from the Parliament, a separate proposal for the further procedure developed could then be in Brussels again presented. Several scenarios of how it could go, you can read here.daily mirror tomorrow location Free
order That May would lose the vote on Tuesday night, was expected. Nevertheless, the reactions to the result were dismayed and worried. EU Commission President Donald Tusk went the furthest, and urged the British quite bluntly the whereabouts in the EU: "If an agreement is impossible and no one wants to exit without an agreement, who will then ultimately have the courage to say what is the only positive solution?" EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker regretted the outcome of the vote. The risk of a disorderly EU-exit of the country had increased, he said. You hope to avoid, prepare for, however. The United Kingdom must now make its intentions as soon as possible. "The time is almost up."
the debate in the lower house it looked as if a second Referendum would have been as a way out of the cul-de-SAC, in the meantime, more likely. And so the Europeans prepare themselves seems to be more on a hard Brexit. The Irish government wants to prepare intensively for the consequences of a Brexits without an agreement, it was said after the vote in Dublin. After the rejection of the between London and the EU negotiated withdrawal agreement by the house of Commons in London, Ireland, has announced to intensify the preparations: "Unfortunately, has increased the outcome of the vote tonight, the risk of a disorderly Brexits. Consequently, the government will intensify its preparations for such a result."
France's head of government by Emmanuel Macron, the EU has made in the present agreement as many concessions as you can. It should come to a disorderly Brexit would first of all lose the British, he said. Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel announced that the preparations for a disordered Brexit now running at full speed.
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In Germany, the CDU of the sound-Head is not Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer quite so strictly. You said it was a "sad night". Such a clear rejection, you didn't expect. "We now need to keep a cool head, even if the heart is really hard." There was still time until the end of March, a Unger Brexit apply avert. "Now you have to look at how things are in London continue to develop." The EU was asked. "Of course, Germany has a special role in Europe, and also in this discussion."