a New dispute in the Brexit Poker between Brussels and London: While EU Council President, Donald Tusk, the United Kingdom is proposing an extension of his membership to the end of March 2020, brings to Theresa May re the 30. June as the discharge date in the game. In a three-page letter to Tusk, directed over large parts of the domestic audience, the Prime Minister on Friday also clear that holding on to a negotiated exit agreement and this as soon as possible again to the house of Commons wants to submit. "All sides need to be in the national interest, willing to compromise," said the head of government.
May the failure of the negotiation package from the outlet of the Treaty and the political Declaration already three times the resistance of the parliamentarians. To vote in the Brexit-Ultras in their own group and mild, had announced prior to the third vote their own resignation after the completion of the "first Brexit-Phase". After this had no effect, offered to you on Tuesday, the Labour leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, for the first time since the Referendum in June 2016, and substantial conversations. To do this, you need several days, said Labour Deputy Tom Watson on Friday. "We want the government in detail our proposals to explain."
In its consideration of the extension of the withdrawal period, May had not been included in the Opposition, apparently. Observers in London wondering why the Prime Minister breaks re-appointment to the dispute with Brussels from the fence. The reactions there were behavior. Tusk himself spoke to representatives of the member States of a flexible extension, in the charming Brussels Jargon "Flex tension" (flexible extension). 31. March 2020 would represent only the last date on the UK's membership. The voice of the Parliament of the regulated outlet in the meantime, could leaving the Kingdom much earlier. "This is the only reasonable way out of this," said Tusk.
In its letter to the EU President of the Council sent May several messages to the political opponents in the home. The conservative Brexit-Ultras, as well as the Northern Ireland unionist party DUP wanted to convey so that the with Brussels agreed to exit the contract should be accepted. All of the discussions about the future relationship could only have Changes in the political future Declaration. The remaining 27 EU-members, always willing.
with the Labour Opposition of those passages are addressed, the outline of the way to as soon as possible orderly exit. Either May wants to agree with the leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn, on a joint application to Parliament or to the house of Commons, with the consent of the social Democrats, "a small number of clear options" to submit. This time a majority decision of the members had, unlike the two previous rounds of voting, a binding effect.
Labour disappointed in Brexit talks
On Friday evening, the British Labour Opposition disappointed, however, by the progress of the talks with the government. "We want the talks to continue," said Labour Brexit-expert Keir Starmer on Friday evening in an Interview with the BBC. To achieve this it is but necessary that the government is willing to compromise. "So far, the government is not proposing any changes to the Deal. More precisely, considering any changes to the wording of the Political Declaration“, added Starmer.
With the desired extension until 30. June, May, how little she thinks of a participation of your country in the European elections. Although the British authorities have begun preparations for the ballot, the in the United Kingdom on the 23. May would be. No later than this coming Friday, the formal decision would have to fall. The European elections in the British Isles, in Northern Ireland, and Gibraltar was "in the interest of neither the United Kingdom nor the EU," wrote May.
"Zero appetite" on the election battle for Europe
That in the case of the major parties is "zero appetite" to the campaign to Europe as foreign Minister, Jeremy Hunt, is expressed, is not likely to have the least to do with the unpromising polls. The pollsters YouGov, Tory (32 per cent) and Labour (31 per cent) would vote this time to unite, only 63 percent of the voters; in the case of the lower house election in 2017 had to be decided, 82 percent of the voters.Video 05.04.2019, 17:03 Uhr01:20 Min.Brexit inspired British food-producer
profiteers would YouGov, on the one hand, the pro-European liberal Democrats (12 percent), but above all, the nationalist Ukip (7%), as well as the new Brexit-party (5 percent) of the former Ukip chief Nigel Farage. He "gird for a new battle," said the Amateur historian. "The Brexit is deliberately undermined."
may's room for manoeuvre is also restricted by a short act, which is likely to happen with high probability, on Monday both houses of the Parliament. The former Minister, Oliver Letwin (Tory) and Yvette Cooper (Labour), to ensure the UK leaves no way next Friday in the Chaos ("No Deal"), the Brussels community. Text of the law and procedures are evaluated from constitutional experts is critical.More about
delay for the outlet May ask to Brexit-shift until the end of June
The conservative Brexit advocates of revolt in addition to gave the decisive vote in the lower house (313 to 312 votes) the vote of the independent members, Fiona Onasanya the rash. The 35-Year-old lawyer was sentenced in January because of the diffraction of a short prison sentence. The Labour Party was excluded. Calls, your mandate, replies with the message that it could not afford "financially".