Labour: ‘Biggest defeat since the twenties of the last century

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Theresa May has, as expected, the vote in the house of Commons is lost. Fewer than 432 members of parliament voted against the Brexit-deal which they last year with the 27 EU leaders had closed. Labour opposition leader Corbyn in the Uk parliament a motion of censure against the government-May.

The British parliament has with 432 against 202 votes the agreement on the withdrawal from the European Union rejected. “The government will listen to parliament’, responded to May immediately after the vote. “But the British people deserve also clarity. If the opposition, therefore, continues with its requested vote of confidence in the government is there morning in this parliament to debate it.’

The mood May be much support in parliament is lost. Labour has about the largest defeat of a governmental decision ever. This may be the end of her premiership mean. “The outcome of this vote is disastrous for the government. It is the largest loss in this House for a sitting government since the twenties’, says Labour leader Corbyn. ‘May has any dialogue been rejected. The last two years, May only thought of the interests of the Conservative party. After two years of successive failures, can the prime minister really does not believe they are a good deal for the British people it will reach.’

Opposition party Labour wants ‘quick’ a rejection of the agreement. The party should a vote of no confidence in. May said earlier that Wednesday a debate about.


For the real vote was a vote on an amendment to the deal made by the Conservative mp John Baron was submitted. According to that amendment F’ should the United Kingdom at any time, unilaterally, a point may be put behind the so-called backstop, the ‘safety net’ that should avoid that there is a hard Brexit a border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. The proposed amendment, however, was massively voted out of office. Only 24 parliamentarians voted for, 600 voted against it. The deal that May with Brussels negotiated, was thus unchanged to the vote.

Parliament speaker John Bercow certain already that there are four amendments to the current agreement in treatment would be taken. One of them was of the Labour party and came out to the house of Commons Mays would agree, reject, but at the same time, given that the UK is not without a different agreement from the EU may steps. The Scottish National Party had submitted a proposal to the whole Brexit time being. Both amendments were at the last moment withdrawn.

Very last plea

The British prime minister May loved for the mood one last plea. The agreement puts the United Kingdom “on the way to a better future,” said a fiery May. The people and the British parliament has indeed been repeatedly allowed to speak about the Brexit, and has time and again chosen to the European Union to leave, brought, premier May in memory. “And I will the choice of the British people deliver.’

“The current deal, ensures an ambitious, future relationship with the European Union, as no other third country with the EU’, says May. ‘Without a deal from the EU steps, provides that guarantees do not. There are those who think that if we the current deal and dislikes, we can return to Brussels to make new appointments, but the EU is not in the least intend the talks to reopen.’
According to her will early elections only lead to even more uncertainty.

May stressed that new elections are no solutions. And also a fourth option, wipe the prime minister of the table: “Some suggest that there is a fourth option exists: the negotiation of a new agreement at march 29, but that agreement does not exist.’

For May took Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn the word in the British parliament. He confirmed once again that Labour, the deal will reject. “And we already know that we are not the only ones, but quite a few members of the Conservatives, together with us, will vote,” he said. ‘The deal now on the table, represents the interests of the British people.’

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