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They are protagonists in the next day Brexitdrama

Theresa May. Photo: James Veysey/REX/Shutterstock On two occasions, has May now been refused by the british house of commons to the agreement that she negoti

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They are protagonists in the next day Brexitdrama
Theresa May. Photo: James Veysey/REX/Shutterstock

On two occasions, has May now been refused by the british house of commons to the agreement that she negotiated with the EU – both times by a large margin.

Now, the has May been suspended by the EU until 12 april. If she had not received a yes then, waiting is probably one of three options:

1. A avtalslös and potentially chaotic Brexit.

2. A uppmjukad Brexit, partly with the retention of ties to the EUROPEAN union.

3. A new referendum.

May would be able to accept option 1.

But option 2 and 3 means a delay of Brexit – and he May likely resign.

Arlene Foster. Photo: REX/Shutterstock

The politicians who have the greatest opportunity to save Theresa Mays agreements are not in Westminster but in the Northern ireland parliament of Stormont.

Arlene Foster, the 48-year-old leader of the government in northern ireland, samarbetsparti DUP, hate reservlösningen for northern Ireland in utträdesavtalet, and prefer, therefore, a avtalslös Brexit.

But: a promise of a partiledarbyte in the Tories for the next step in negotiations on the future relationship with the EU), might be able to get Foster to change themselves and the DUP's ten members to vote yes.

In particular, if a avtalslös Brexit proves impossible.

Several heavy ”brexitörer” in the Tories – among them the influential Jacob Rees-Mogg has said that they are now prepared to vote yes, only the DUP do it.

Boris Johnson. Photo: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP

Several Torypolitiker stands ready to assume the mantle of Theresa May depart. Among them is Boris Johnson – the gulhårige former secretary of state who launches criticism against the May from the his column in The Telegraph.

”That we are not leaving the EU on Friday is due to the government fegat out”, bellowed Johnson in this week's ointment – and he added that a new management is required in order to regain the initiative.

John Bercow. Photo: HO/AFP

The 56-year-old Bercow has been at the centre of what some of his critics believe can be the beginning of a ”revolution”.

The british house of commons voted earlier in the week, yes, to take control of the daily agenda and on Wednesday, a number of ”indicative”, non-binding votes are to be held.

Speaker Bercow holds in the hammer, and the intent is explicit: to get clarity on what type of Brexit who can actually win the support of a majority in the house.

Jeremy Corbyn. Photo: REX/Shutterstock

labour leader Jeremy Corbyn learn how to have an important role when it is clearly the UNION-friendly center in the house of commons now going to try to take control of the agenda and Brexitprocessen.

But want to Corbyn continue to bet everything on a ”softer” version of Brexit, with a customs union and close ties to the internal market? Or should he bow to the growing public opinion that want to get into a new referendum, where the ”stay in the EU” is one of the answers?

Soon, Corbyn forced to choose.

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