European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is expected this week at the EU summit still no decision on a postponement of the Brexits. "My assessment this Morning, 08.15 PM is not that we come this week to her problem, but next week still have to meet", says Juncker in the Germany radio. The EU was widely received in the UK, the London government needed to provide clarity. There is no renegotiation, no renegotiation and no additional supplementary insurance.
the prerequisite for the British house of Commons desired displacement of the for the 29. March proposed leaving the EU would be a majority there for the Brexit Treaty with the European Union. The British Prime Minister, Theresa May must have prior approval of the EU for the extension of the withdrawal period, the approval of your Parliament, "in the Luggage". Still no written request may be made to a postponement.
On Tuesday, the British Prime Minister Theresa May, after a Cabinet meeting in London, her spokesman announced that she wanted to convince the other member States with a letter from a Brexit-shift. May should request in the Letter to EU Council President Donald Tusk, an extension of the deadline, the spokesman said. The "Guardian" reported, citing government circles, that May wool ask for a postponement of a maximum of three months.
The Parliament representative of the British government, Andrea Leadsom, told the radio station LBC, the United Kingdom, to strut in spite of a postponement of the exit from the EU before the end of may elections for the European Parliament. "It is imperative that we are ahead of the EU elections from the EU." It was a matter for the European Union to decide on possible deferment.More about
Before the EU summit May want to be rejected by letter to Brexit-shift to askdays of the mirror in the Morning Free
order of The British house of Commons had the final exit of the contract twice already. A of May originally, for this week announced third vote in the Parliament had stopped its President, John Bercow. After a more than 400-year-old Parliament, as a rule, should not be repeatedly voted on an unmodified template, had Bercow declared on Monday. (dpa, Reuters, AFP)