Freitag, 10. November 2017:
29. März 2019, 23 Uhr
Regierung will Brexit-Zeitpunkt in Gesetz festhalten
Die Details des britischen Austritts aus der EU sind noch völlig unklar. Datum und Uhrzeit für den Brexit sollen nach dem Willen der Regierung in London aber nun in einem Gesetz festgeschrieben werden.
Sonntag, 12. November 2017
PREVIEW: BREXIT ABSTIMMUNG IN DER KOMMENDEN WOCHE
Theresa May faces defeat by MPs demanding vote on final Brexit deal
Remainers in Commons say they have the numbers to veto a bad deal or no deal
Sir Vince Cable: House of Lords is ready to defeat parts of Theresa May's Brexit Bill
Exclusive: The Liberal Democrat leader is confident opposition parties and rebels can defeat elements of plans debated in Parliament this week
One MP says: “The most likely outcome is that we get an okay deal with the EU and defy the low expectations set by the media. But we cannot just then turn round to voters and expect them to reward us if we don’t have any other policies.
Read more at: https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/politics/alex-wickham-can-theresa-may-survive/
Woran die BREXIT Hardliner anscheinend nicht vorbeikommen:
Perhaps the biggest headache for Mrs May will be a cross-party attempt led by Conservative MPs to block Brexit unless a final deal is approved by Parliament. This amendment is backed by Conservative MPs including Dominic Grieve, former Chancellor Ken Clarke, former Education Secretary Nicky Morgan and high-profile Tory backbencher Nicky Soubry. It’s also backed by a number of Labour and Lib Dem MPs. In practice, the only way any of these amendments could be approved is if the different factions in the Commons are willing to work together. The question might be whether Tory rebels can bring themselves to support an amendment proposed by Mr Corbyn - even if it’s very similar to one they’ve drawn up themselves.
Realitätsferne der "Hard"- BREXITERS:
EU is DESPERATE: May told not to ‘blink’ on Brexit bill as money ‘CRITICAL’ to good deal
THERESA May must not to buckle to the EU after it demanded Britain trebles its offer for the Brexit divorce bill, Eurosceptic Tories have urged. http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/878303/theresa-may-told-not-to-blink-on-Brexit-bill-as-money-critical-to-eu-deal