the day after the historic vote in the British house of Commons. The Brexit Deal of Theresa May is dead. In the evening, the British Prime Minister must be a miss trust make a vote.

The most important Brexit messages at a Glance:

Corbyn calls for the end of may’s “Zombie”-government (17.13 PM), the Ex-Prime Minister David Cameron regretted meaningful Referendum (14.45)Austria Registrar: displacement of the Brexits may (12.18 PM)Merkel after Brexit-decision (11.23 a.m.)markets react calmly to rejection of the Brexit Deals (7.24 PM)

The developments of the day:

+++ 17.35: Finland British in the country asks for registration +++

The Finnish government has urged British citizens in the country to register in the face of growing fears of a chaotic Brexit as soon as possible at the immigration authority. There should be a Brexit, without fixed agreements, would be living in Finland, British to citizens of a third state, said the interior Ministry in Helsinki. Finland wanted to protect in the future, the possibility of Britons in the country to live, work and study.

Prime Minister Juha Sipilä said the news Agency STT that he would ask all living in Finland, British, their right of residence with the immigration office as soon as register goes, you should have not done this yet.

+++ 17.13 PM: Corbyn calls for end of may’s “Zombie”government. + + +

the leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn has been the British Prime Minister Theresa May in the parliamentary debate before the no-confidence asked to vote on the resignation. The “Zombie”government of the conservative Prime Minister had “lost the confidence and support” of Parliament, said the leader of the Labour party in the house of Commons. May should resign, therefore, your office.

The house of Commons in London voted on Tuesday evening by a large majority against the between the British government and the EU negotiated Brexit Treaty. Corbyn requested immediately after the vote defeat for May, a vote of no confidence against the head of government. The deputies are to decide against 20.00 o’clock (CET).

+++ 16.05 PM: German employer: EU must enter the UK now is the time +++

the employers ‘ President Ingo Kramer warned after the Failure of the Brexit agreement in the British Parliament, in front of a disorderly exit of Britain from the EU. “The EU is well advised, the United Kingdom, the time of giving, which is necessary to come to a majority opinion in the population and in Parliament,” said Kramer of the German press Agency. “However, it is also A new version of the exit contract is non-negotiable.”

the result of The vote in the lower house show in all clarity that the Brexit question of the British government in the direction of a majority in Parliament. “The Parliament itself is only unanimous in their rejection of the current exit agreement.” To avoid a disorderly Brexit, therefore, from a British as from the European perspective, a pause for reflection is urgently required. Kramer added: “I wish the United Kingdom that there is in the light of our own brokenness in this question the value of a dispute, but a United Europe will recognize you.”

+++ 15.31 PM: France: Brexit Treaty no longer negotiable +++

According to the no of the London Parliament to the Brexit Treaty, the French government of the UK expects to see a timetable for the next stages. State chief Emmanuel Macron said in a Cabinet meeting that France will regret the decision of Parliament, said government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux in Paris. The between the 27 EU countries and London negotiated Brexit agreement was the “best possible contract”. Griveaux added: “He is re-negotiable.”

+++ 15.15: debate on motion of censure against May: Corbyn calls for re-election +++

The British leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn has called for the debate on the motion of censure against the government of Prime Minister Theresa May a new election. The heavy defeat in the vote on the Brexit Deal have not shown that the government was able to continue. “This government has let our country down, they can’t govern,” said the Labour politician.

Jan countered, a new election was “the Worst thing we can do”. It would deepen the division in the country, Chaos and standstill. Pete Wishart of the Scottish national party to be called May: “For God’s sake, Prime Minister, would you please just go?”

+++ 14.45: Ex-Prime Minister David Cameron regretted Brexit Referendum +++

in Spite of the current government crisis in Britain, Ex-Prime Minister David Cameron holds the Brexit Referendum is a mistake. “I don’t regret it, to have the Referendum call,” said the conservative politician the BBC. He had the promise of a choice redeemed and the restraint of Parliament. Cameron announced the Referendum in the year 2013 in the event of his re-election and 2015, the corresponding law was adopted.

+++ 13.24 PM: poll: slight majority of British people wants the government to hold +++

A small majority of the British want to hold on to in spite of Brexit-Mess to the government of Prime Minister Theresa May. Of 53 percent according to a survey, however, is that the government is overthrown, 38 percent are in favour.

Six out of ten Britons (61 per cent) are now convinced that Britain is in a crisis. 34 percent do not expect, as a representative survey of the Institute Sky Data in the case of 1203 people. The survey took place on Tuesday evening, after the historic defeat to the Brexit agreement, the had May with Brussels.

+++ 13.22 PM: Juncker EU advises European capital cities +++

According to the no of the British Parliament to Brexit-agreement EU-Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker staked out on Wednesday, a common line with the main European cities. “President Juncker has talked to practically anyone,” said his spokesman, Margaritis Schinas, in Brussels. He left open expressly whether including the British Prime Minister, Theresa May was. From the Commission, it was only Juncker and May have a very narrow wire, and constantly contacts.

The Commission did not want to comment on, whether May could travel in the next couple of days to Brussels. Schinas said, we are always ready to talk. He called on the British government again to clarify your Position. “At the present time, there is nothing the EU could do,” said the spokesman.

+++ 13: 07: Unregulated Brexit also problematisch Europe’s space Agency +++

An unregulated exit of the British from the European Union could also be a challenge for the European space Agency Esa. “We need to tackle the problems,” said Esa chief Jan Wörner in Paris. It was unclear whether the family members of Esa employees in the UK work restrictions. “And also the other way around,” says Wörner. Another issue about space travel important goods produced in the UK and in the EU to be delivered. “Because we don’t know how it will turn out, we need to consider various scenarios into consideration.”

+++ 12.18 PM: Austria Registrar: displacement of the Brexits may be useful +++

Federal Chancellor of Austria, Sebastian Kurz would be in favour, under certain conditions, a displacement of the exit date of the UK from the EU. “If it is necessary to win time, we should consider the possibility,” said Kurz in Vienna. A prerequisite of a proper strategy and a Plan. Here, London to be precise, on the train, his ideas.

The actual exit agreement is not in accordance with his words to the debate. It is conceivable, however, Details in the political Declaration on future cooperation to re-sharpen. The goal must remain to avoid a disorderly Brexit, so Short. As the exit date of the 29 so far. March provided.

+++ 11.35 am: Dutch Premier Rutte considers Brexit-delay +++

The Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte holds a delay for the UK for possible to get to a negotiated Brexit agreement through the British Parliament. If the government in London should ask the European Union for more time, then will be in Europe, the favourable consideration, said Rutte in The Hague, the Dutch television. However, London had to come at the same time also with concrete solution proposals, and make concessions. “Because if we turn the us a few months longer in the same circle, there will be no enthusiasm.”

+++ 11.33 PM: Lavrov: Brexit hits Russia’s most important trading partner is the EU +++

Russia fears the planned withdrawal of Britain from the EU, especially the impact on the European Union as the most important Russian trade partner. The British debate on Brexit is an internal affair of Britain, “in his Parliament, its citizens,” said foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Moscow before journalists. But Moscow are the consequences for the trade between Russia and the EU are not no matter. The Minister called it an insinuation that Russia is a pity, given the distortions due to the Brexits glad the hands RUB. “This is not at all so.”

+++ 11.23 PM: Merkel to Brexit-decision: to Wait for the proposals of May +++

Chancellor Angela Merkel intends to continue its efforts to an orderly withdrawal of Britain from the EU, even after the clear Failure of the Brexit agreement in the British Parliament. “We believe that it is now on the British side, and the Prime Minister has announced this – to tell us how it goes,” said the CDU politician before a meeting of the foreign Affairs Committee of the Bundestag in Berlin. “We still have time to negotiate.” You waiting now on what the British Prime Minister is still suggesting. This was announced by Theresa May.

you regret very much that the UK has been granted under the agreement for Britain’s exit from the cancellation, said Merkel and assured: “We want to see the damage – it will in any case damage by the withdrawal of Britain – as small as possible. Therefore, we will of course try to find an orderly solution.”

+++ 11.12 PM: Brexit: consumer advocates Müller calls for clarity for consumers +++

consumer advocates have warned, according to the no of the British Parliament to the Brexit agreement legal uncertainty. “A withdrawal without an agreement would not only damage the economy but also to consumers”, – said the head of the consumer center Federal Association (vzbv), Klaus Müller, according to a statement in Berlin. A lot of consumers were planning their Easter holidays. “They urgently need clarity about which rules apply and whether you can during a holiday in the UK on their usual rights of trust.”

+++ 10.50 PM: consumer advocates complain after Brexit vote legal uncertainty for vacationers +++

threatened with The prospect of a hard Brexit without agreement with the EU, according to the consumer center Federal Association (vzbv) to let the tourists stand in the rain. “Many consumers are already planning your Easter holidays,” said vzbv chief Klaus Müller. “They urgently need clarity about which rules apply and whether you can during a holiday in the UK on their usual rights of trust.”

+++ 10.42 PM: the pharmaceutical associations of warn due to Brexits prior to Drug shortages +++

pharmaceutical associations warn in the case of a disordered Brexits shortages in medicines. Without a transition phase or schemes for the complex supply chain for medicines the supply of medicines in the UK and the rest of the EU could be disrupted delivery “sensitive,” warned the German Federal Association of drug manufacturers (BAH) in Berlin. The UK and the EU would have to take for a Brexit, without a Deal with Brussels to take urgent measures so that patients could get their medicines.

Across the UK, many of the Raw materials and active ingredients come onto the European market, the BAH. Almost one out of every four medicines for the EU will be released and marketed. Accordingly, the fears of a disorderly Leaving at the end of March are: “drugs that have been approved for the whole of Europe, in the UK, and may not be distributed from now on in Europe,” warned the Federal Association of the Pharmaceutical industry (BPI). In the case of a Brexits without an agreement, the UK will in the trade to the third country, including related customs duties and other restrictions, said CEO Martin Zentgraf. “We can only hope that it comes to supply shortages on both sides.”

+++ 09.19 PM: the Federal government answered frequently asked Brexit-questions +++

Can I travel as a German after the Brexit still without a visa to the UK? I can spend in the future is an Erasmus-Semester in the UK? To such questions, the Federal government in the net position under the title of “Brexit – questions and answers”. Government spokesman Steffen Seibert campaigned on Twitter for the information: “you ask us many questions around the topic of Brexit: How to do it more for the people in Germany and the UK, for politics and the economy.” The Federal government’s answer to the meistgestellten questions “where possible”.

+++ 9.13 PM: EU chief negotiator: All the consequences of the British decision is hardly assessable +++

The European Union hopes that, in spite of the British ” no ” vote for the Brexit Treaty, continue on an amicable separation with great Britain. “An orderly withdrawal will remain in the next few weeks, our absolute priority,” said EU chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, on Wednesday in the European Parliament. However, the risk of No Deal-Brexit. The next decisions were in the UK alone. “At the Moment it is too early, all the consequences of this vote.” Because the opponents of the Pact have very different motives. You’ll work up to the end constructively on a solution, assured the negotiators. However, he noted the UK no further concessions. The exit contract is the best possible compromise.

+++ 9.00 PM: Labour is collecting online signatures for re-election +++

A vote of no confidence against the Prime Minister, Theresa May has requested leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn – in addition, the party gathers its Labour-are also signatures for a new election. Corbyn applied to the Online call in the night to Wednesday on Twitter. It is a Parliament, need now choice, he wrote, and called on the miss trust to support a vote. It is to follow in the evening on may’s heavy defeat in the British house of Commons during the vote on their Brexit Deal with the EU. Until the morning, around 15,000 people had supported the initiative of the opposition party.

+++ 08.51 PM: Strong increase in naturalizations after Brexit Referendum +++

After the Brexit Referendum in 2016, has increased the number of in Germany, naturalised British. In the year 2017, the number of the British, the German citizenship acquired jumped to 162 per cent to just under 7500. This is the Federal Statistical office in Wiesbaden announced.

Vice versa, but also very many in Britain, Germans living there naturalized. This number grew in the year 2017 2636 people. The statistics show that 165 percent more than in 2016.

+++ 08.14 PM: Green party leader Baerbock calls again Brexit Referendum +++

After the Failure of the Brexit agreement in the British house of Commons, the Chairman of Annalena Baerbock, a second Referendum in Britain over whether the country should remain in the EU. “Let the people decide”, demanded Baerbock. “Should the British men and women to stay in the EU, are open to you the doors of the European house at any time.”

The rest of the EU should signal to London that they are an extension of the deadline on the planned Leaving date from the 29. March, would agree, “if the British government needed the time to organize this important decision of the British people about the Brexit”. However, the EU should make the British “no more concessions,” said Baerbock. “Otherwise, we will seriously endanger the European single market.”

+++ 08.14 PM: Maas calls to Brexit-defeat in London, the clarity of great Britain +++

After the rejection of the Brexit agreement in the British Parliament Minister Heiko Maas (SPD) calls on the Federal outer clarity of the UK. The country was now “on the train,” said Maas in the Germany radio. The deputies of the lower house had not made it clear what you want – only what you want. “This is not enough,” stressed the foreign Minister.

There is a need for a quick solution. Renegotiations of the submitted agreement with the EU, he can see, but critical. “We have a compromise,” said Maas. Both sides had already met each other halfway. “If you can offer much more, would have to have to do this weeks ago.”

+++ 07.41 PM: Altmaier calls from London clear Signal against hard Brexit +++

Federal Minister for economic Affairs, Peter Altmaier (CDU) has called on the UK to position itself against a hard-Brexit. Currently not quite clear, what the British wanted, however, it should be clear that it “outlet to be obviously no majority in favour of a Unger,” from the EU, said Altmaier, head of the ZDF-“morning magazine”. “And this must be made clear. That would be an important Signal for the markets, for jobs, for economic development.”

this evening must set the Prime Minister Theresa May a vote of no confidence. If she survives this, she wants to present until next Monday, plans for further action at the Brexit.

Altmaier said, the British would have to now get the opportunity to clarify their Position. Then will talked about at the EU level. Clear, however, that the negotiated Brexit agreement was “substantial negotiation”.

+++ 07.24 PM: markets react calmly to rejection of the Brexit Deals +++

The harsh rejection of the withdrawal agreement with the EU, the British Parliament has left the financial markets mid-week, once cold. “The markets remain calm. It seems that traders and investors had been well prepared,” said chief strategist Michael McCarthy from the Broker CMC Markets. The Broker IG prized the Dax almost two hours before the start of trading 0.15 percent higher on a 10-908 points. The British index FTSE 100 has hardly been prized changed.

On Wall Street had shut down the major stock indexes on the eve with a Win. In the far East, the stock markets have reported slight premiums. The price of gold as an indicator for the risk aversion of investors increased slightly, U.S. government bonds.

Larger fluctuations in there before and after the vote, especially the British pound. Now has calmed down the situation but also here. The British currency is quoted against the US Dollar back to the level from before the Brexit vote. “This shows how uncertain the exit process remains and how little the yesterday’s decision has been reached,” said Analyst Craig Erlam from the Broker Oanda.

+++ 04.24 PM: Beer calls for special EU summit within 48 hours +++

The designated Spitzenkandidatin of the FDP for the European election, Nicola Beer, calls for an EU special summit within 48 hours after the Failure of the Brexit agreement in the British Parliament. Beer said the German press Agency: “The situation in the UK and in the EU, after the defeat of Theresa May after the vote dramatically. The EU must immediately respond to it.” It should immediately be explored, “what steps can the EU, in order to ensure that there is an orderly Brexit and then so close relations between the EU and the UK as possible, to be able to develop”.

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