The British Parliament is looking at his own fist for a replacement for the controversial Brexit agreement. Two Times, the deputies refused the interim Prime Minister, Theresa May, and Brussels agreed to a Deal. The solution should now be “indicative votes”: With these trendsetting sample votes should be explored, for which Alternative there is a majority in the Parliament. From 16 o’clock German time the debates begin, the votes from 20 clock. First results will be available against 23 clock.
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+++ 18.40 at May announces resignation prior to the “next Phase” of Brexit negotiations +++
announced by The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, according to information out of your party for your resignation. May have said at a Meeting with members of Parliament their conservative party that they’ll give up their Posts prior to the “next Phase” of Brexit negotiations, said the Tory MP, James Cartlidge. They have, however, made no indication of when exactly you are going to resign.
May has made media reports of its cancellation in view, should Parliament accept their Brexit Deal. You are not going to lead the next Phase of the Brexit negotiations, said May, therefore, in a speech to members of her Conservative party.
+++ 17.26 PM: Bercow made provides the third vote this week in question +++
The British Parliament speaker John Bercow has a third vote on the Brexit-the agreement of the Prime Minister, Theresa May, this week, again out of the question. He reminded the government that only substantial Changes to the Deal may justify a third party vote in Parliament, the debate on Alternatives to the Brexit-the agreement said at the beginning of the. Bercow had caused recently a stir when he included a new vote on the Deal citing a 415-year-old rule, first of all, exclusive. Bercow should not convince, would be a shift in the Brexits to 22. May, as suggested by the EU, is hardly possible. Brussels has made a condition that the Deal be approved this week. Otherwise. the extension only up to 12 April take.
Brexit On these Alternatives will be voted:
Parliament speaker John Bercow has selected from the original 16 Alternatives the following eight, about at 20 o’clock will be voted:
No Deal: Brexit-hard-liners are calling for an exit from the EU without an agreement on the 12. April. the Soft Brexit: A cross-party group of EU-friendly MPs calls for the UK to remain close to the EU bound, including membership in the internal market and customs Union. the Norway-model: the UK should be according to the will of those members, similar to Norway, a member of the single market, but not in the customs Union. the customs Union Influential Conservative and Labour politicians are calling for the UK to remain in a customs Union with the EU. the customs Union and not binding on the internal market: The official proposal from the opposition Labour party, the UK remains in the customs Union and the rules of the internal market-oriented. In other areas, a close cooperation with the EU is provided. the Brexit withdrawal as No-Deal-emergency: , it Should exit to two session days before the EU-no-Brexit-agreement to be accepted, must hold the government to vote on whether the country will retire without a contract. Which is rejected, to London, to call the exit statement, calls for a nonpartisan group. the Second Referendum: dozens of MPs from different parties, that the Brexit-the agreement is submitted before the withdrawal of the population in a second referendum. the transition phase without agreement: Brexit-hard-liners want to keep after the withdrawal of the benefits of EU membership for the time being, until the new relationships are negotiated. +++ 16.49 PM: So the Brexit-evening +++
can be submitted After the British Parliament speaker John Bercow has 8 selected from the 16 options for Brexit-Alternatives to the vote, the members of a list, you can specify multiple preferences. The vote is scheduled for 20 o’clock, the result could have up to 23 clock. It is unclear whether any of the proposals can unite today, an absolute majority of the votes. Otherwise, the process might be on Monday continued.