a Few hours before a series of votes in the views of the future Brexit course has declared Theresa May, as at least you imagine the further course of action: The British head of government wants to undo the exit agreement with the EU. "We need to get a Deal that can gain the support of Parliament, and that requires some Changes to the exit agreement," let them through your speaker at the Tuesday noon in London.
Over the weekend, had signaled a Familiar Mays several times already this course, the conservative head of government. To do this, however, would leave the Parliament on Tuesday night clear, with what Changes in the middle of January, rejected a package of EU exit could have a contract and policy for the future Declaration, but the chances of success.
The London house of the of May with Brussels negotiated exit had rejected the agreement two weeks ago with a clear majority. The EU, for its part, has ruled out renegotiations since then. The Deputy EU negotiator for Brexit, Sabine Weyand, had stressed prior to may's claim from Tuesday again: "This negotiation is over." The Prime Minister prefers, apparently, to ignore these statements.
When on Tuesday evening in the house of Commons will be discussed, among parliamentarians of all sides, two applications to the neutral Resolution of the government at the centre. Broad support across party lines, the former Labour Minister Yvette Cooper. Your suggestion aims the possibility of a Chaos-Brexit ("no deal") once and for all.daily mirror tomorrow location Free
this would be Reached by mid-February, due on a bill, forcing the government to the planned exit date on the 29. To route-March to the end of the year. Thus, the way would be new elections, free to further negotiations with Brussels, or even to a second Referendum. This could go a constitutional expert at University College London, in the best case, within a period of five months on the stage, what seems to be the ongoing parliamentary resistance to the Brexit-Ultras unrealistic.Anti-Brexit activists at a Demonstration in London.Photo: Tolga Akmen/AFP
the sympathy of The government is at the request of two Tory backbenchers. Andrew Murrison is the Northern Ireland Committee of the Board, the significantly more influential Graham Brady, has acted as the head of the 1922 Committee, a representation of the interests of the members of the group without additional function.
your request according to the house of Commons approval of the long-negotiated exit contract under the condition would signal that the so-called catch-all solution, the "backstop", it is changed for Northern Ireland. This provides that at the end of the scheduled transitional period – probably the end of 2022 – the whole of the UK in the EU customs Union remains, if no other solution with Brussels agreed. This would serve to keep the intra-Irish border to open.
the EU Commission, there has been no willingness to talk about further negotiations. Ireland's foreign Affairs Minister, Simon Coveney, reiterated the Position of his country: "Without a catch-all solution, Europe will not agree to Parliament the Treaty."
May want to the No Deal Option in the game to keep
the Prime Minister May want to gather your group behind Brady's request, but in any case, the No Deal Option in the game, so Cooper's request to reject. It would probably have secretaries resignations of the state, possibly also Cabinet Ministers, such as social Minister, Amber Rudd.
The politician has its constituency of Hastings on the channel coast, where logistics experts warn, given the limited capacity and possible time losses due to customs inspections on the Truck-queues of several dozen kilometers in front of the ports on the English channel. Alone on the Route between the French Calais and the English Dover are currently in the car every day around 10,000 load and, thus, about 30 percent of foreign trade with the EU is settled. A government study estimated that the volume in the first few days might fall to Chaos-Brexit by up to 87 percent.
a letter from the retailers ' Lobby BRC reference, the industry giants, such as Sainsbury's, Marks&Spencer, as well as the ever-growing British subsidiary of the Lidl group takes signed. The companies warn of "empty shelves and higher food prices" One-third of all on the island of consumed food comes from the EU. As of the exit date of the end of March, the share of EU products in the case of perishable goods such as lettuce, 90 percent; 80 percent of all tomatoes come from the continent, as well as 70 percent of the soft fruit.
Specifically, the BRC has the Brexit pioneers like Argument, according to which the Land could easily be on the rules of the world trade organization WTO. You should not raise the due customs duties on EU imports, should be given the same preferential treatment to imports from other regions of the world given. "That would be a disaster for our agriculture."More about
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The signals from the economy are pointing in the same direction, says Carolyn Fairbairn from the Lobby organisation the CBI: "No Deal should be excluded immediately."