The British house of Commons votes on Friday (at 15.30 hrs) to the third and last Time on the agreement with Brussels. Parliament speaker John Bercow to let the government’s planned vote because the template “differed substantially” from the previous. For the case of a consent of the Prime Minister Theresa May has announced her premature resignation. The Parliament should not ratify the Treaty, must May the EU up to 12. April explain what steps the UK is taking next.
a longer-than-whereabouts in London in the EU, which would, however, be associated with participation in the European elections at the end of may. Otherwise, a withdrawal without a contractual basis, the so-called No-Deal-Brexit threatens.
Live from the British house of Commons: watch here are the vote for the next Brexit Deal
The developments of the day work for you here in the star-Ticker:
+++ 15.51 PM: the Deputy on your own to Plan B +++
The deputies are already working on their own, a Plan B to Mays-Brexit Deal. On Monday the Parliament is to hold a second round of test votes on Alternatives to the agreement. In the first round, members had still not an Option some – all eight to the vote the proposals were rejected. Most of the Yes votes accounted for a second Referendum on exiting the EU and on the proposal to remain after the departure in a customs Union with the EU.
The Parliament could prevail even against the resistance of the government, with a softer Brexit-variant. The members would have to reserve more days in the parliamentary calendar, and your Plan via legislative force.
+++ 15.48 PM: Tusk invites you to the EU special summit has a +++
EU Council President Donald Tusk, right after the vote, all of the 27 EU heads of government at a special summit on may 10. April invited.
+++ 15.46 PM: May takes the word +++
Theresa May manifests itself after re-defeat: “The house has everything thrown out. The government wants to do everything it can to an orderly Brexit.”
+++ 15.42 PM: house of Mays Deal rejected again +++
The result is announced: 286 votes Yes-votes and 344 no. The British Parliament has rejected the Brussels negotiated Brexit Treaty. A withdrawal without an agreement on 12 threatens the country either. April, or a long displacement of the Brexits with a participation in the European elections at the end of may.
+++ 15.20 PM: Theresa May occur trying to the lectern +++
the Prime Minister, Theresa May, to talk to the deputies to the Conscience: “It is the last opportunity to guarantee the Brexit.” The Parliament should support the agreement, would ask the British, why not for the Brexit was voted.
+++ 15: 15: Corbyn calls for agree to “unacceptable Deal” +++
head of the Labour party’s Jeremy Corbyn says: “The country deserves a better Deal.” He again called for new elections.
+++ 14.38 PM: Several prominent Brexit-hardliners want to go for Mays Treaty vote +++
The Chance for adoption of the controversial Brexit Treaty, seems to be shortly before the vote in the British Parliament. Several prominent Brexit-hardliners signaled that they wanted to vote for the interim Prime Minister, Theresa May, and the EU agreed in the contract. For this purpose, the former foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, Ex-Brexit-Minister Dominic Raab and the influential MP Jacob Rees-Mogg.
+++ 14.14 PM: About ten members of the Cabinet to throw Mays successor to consider +++
a Minimum of ten British members of the Cabinet want to may your hat as a possible successor for Prime Minister Theresa May in the Ring. To Minister Jeremy Hunt, Minister of the interior, Sajid Javid, labour Minister Amber Rudd, environment Minister, Michael Gove, and the health Minister, Matt Hancock, belonged to foreign reports the Guardian citing ‘ sources. The Secretary of state in the Ministry of Finance, Liz Truss, the Minister of defence, Gavin Williamson, the Parliamentary Affairs Minister Andrea Leadsom, Brexit-Minister Stephen Barclay and development aid Minister Penny Mordaunt to be in the conversation.
other candidates, it is speculated that the British media, according to: the former foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, Deputy Prime Minister, David Lidington, and defense Secretary of state, Tobias Ellwood, among others. May had put her resignation as head of government, should find the Brexit-agreement in the Parliament in London, but still a majority.
+++ 13.20 PM: EU-Commission: resignation of the contract alone child Brexit +++
ensures that The EU Commission supports the line of the British government, the only exit from the EU to the Treaty in the lower house for a vote. A spokesman for the Brussels authority objected to British concerns that the agreement only in a package with a Political Declaration on the future relations of the EU with the UK.
“What I can say is that the between the two sides negotiated exit agreement is in fact both necessary and sufficient for an orderly exit of the United Kingdom,” the spokesman said. “The exit contract in different Parts of the reference alignment, on which the EU and the United Kingdom for the future of relations have agreed.” The Treaty must of course be from both sides ratified it.