The British trade Minister, Liam Fox has warned of a shift away from Brexit. The Fox said in an Interview with the Sunday Times. The Parliament should reject the Brussels negotiated exit agreement, and would not be the chances are 50 to 50 that the Brexit.
The message of the Minister of Commerce is primarily aimed at Brexit-hardliners in the British Parliament. You do not reject, the agreement of the Prime Minister Theresa May because of the break with Brussels-is clear enough.
“We can be 100 percent sure that we are on 29. March will come out, if we vote for the Deal, the Prime Minister,” said Fox and added: “If we don’t vote for it, I’m not sure if I have the a lot more than a 50-50 Chance.”
May had actually, for the 11. December planned vote in mid-January, postponed because of a significant defeat loomed. You must reckon with the resistance of about 100 members in their ranks. The Deal should be rejected, but it is in danger in the first place, a Brexit without an agreement with severe consequences for the economy and many other areas of life.
For this case, London is preparing now more than ever. A BBC report, the British government concluded in the past few months, contracts in the amount of nearly 108 million pounds sterling (approximately 120 million euros) with the ferry companies, to avoid bottlenecks in the Haven of Dover, by using chartered ferries. The ferry service between the French Calais and the British Dover is by Far the most important Route for the trade in goods between the UK and the mainland. There would have to be introduced in the worst case, customs controls, which could lead to long traffic jams.