On Tuesday, will reject the house again Mays Deal with the EU. What's the plan then?
the second vote on the EU outlet to lose If the British government on Tuesday agreement, could the United Kingdom on the 29. March, in fact, without a Deal from the EU withdrawal. However, this is neither in the interest of the EU, nor is it the goal of the Prime Minister Theresa May. Therefore, further meetings are now planned to be a "No Deal" to avert, and to obtain a displacement of the exit date.
to vote in the house of Commons against the second agreement, will on the 13. March re-tuned. The members can then decide whether the UK should really retire without an agreement from the EU. That's right, under the house for a "No Deal" ends the marriage between the EU and the UK as planned on 29. March. It is expected, however, that the decision subject to the house a majority against it. For this case, at 14. March to re-vote scheduled to be held: whether or not the date for the outlet is moved. An Offset should be rejected, leaves the United Kingdom on the 29. March without agreement from the EU.
voices of the deputies, however, for a shift, this must be requested subsequently, in the case of the EU, in the first and in the case of a new discharge date will be set. As far as the leaving date should be moved to the rear, there is no Consensus. The heads of state and government of the EU warned, however, that a postponement can only be accepted if it is duly justified.
However, even if the appointment is moved, is not secured, that the UK will retire with an agreement. A subsequent unregulated discharge is more possible, said May. "If we have to, we will make a success out of a No-Deal-Brexit." So much Confidence and the opponent of a "No Deal". Business associations warn explicitly against an unjust withdrawal of the United Kingdom.
The opposition Labour party now supports the call for a second Referendum - at least parts of it. Because overall, the Position of Labour remains to Brexit vague. Before the Referendum, the party campaigned very half-heartedly to remain in the EU or, at least, for a soft Brexit. Head of the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn is still, as EU skeptics, and even many Labour voters voted for an exit from the EU.