the head of The British Labour Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, has announced a vote of confidence against the Prime Minister Theresa May in Parliament. Not be able to topple the Opposition May, through the procedure provided for according to Reports. The reason for the step, the refusal of the Prime Minister to let the Parliament before Christmas on their Brexit-Deal vote, Corbyn said in the evening in the Parliament. May had previously announced that the vote should only take place in the third week of January.
The head of government had to be postponed last week, the vote on the EU negotiated exit agreement in the short term, because a certain defeat suggested. The next day she had to face a vote of confidence in its conservative faction, which they overhang. However, languages are more than a third of their conservative party friends of the distrust.
Labour's threatened proceedings, according to the media reports, is not intended to overthrow the government. It would only be an embarrassment for the beleaguered Prime Minister. The Opposition is dependent on the help of rebels from the government group, or from the Northern Irish DUP, the Mays minority government is based.
According to the British law, a mistrust must be lodged against the entire government so that it can be voted on. A motion of censure against the head of government is only symbolic in nature and not procedural consequences.daily mirror tomorrow location for Free
in order to take place, The suspended vote on the Brexit agreement in the British Parliament, in the third week of January. The Prime Minister Theresa May announced on Monday in Parliament in London. The debate will continue in the week before.
EU exit fears the UK May "irreparable harm" by the second Brexit vote
Should be rejected with the Brussels agreement negotiated by the Parliament, threatens the 29. March 2019, a unregulated Brexit, with incalculable consequences for the economy and Chaos in many areas of life. The British voters had voted in June 2016, with a narrow majority for the exit of the UK from the EU. (dpa)