The lower house of the British parliament voted against “no agreement to leave the EU ” on the 13th, and is scheduled to vote on the next day whether to apply for extension of the European Union.
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On the 13th, the lower house of parliament voted “no objection to the British ‘no agreement to leave the EU” under any circumstances, with 321 votes in favor and 278 votes against.
The result of the voting is not binding and may ultimately prevent the UK from withdrawing from the EU without an agreement. Prime Minister Teresa May said that the possibility of the UK without a treaty to withdraw from the EU is not ruled out.
The result of the vote angered some members of the Conservative Party to which Teresa May belonged. They originally intended to use “no agreement to leave the EU” as a bargaining chip with the EU, forcing the latter to make concessions on the “” agreement.
On January 15th, the lower house of parliament vetoed the “” agreement reached between the UK and the EU. The veto of the revised “” agreement on the 12th of this month was due to the provisions of the “” agreement and the “backup arrangement”. .
The “backup arrangement” aims to avoid a “hard boundary” between the Northern Ireland region and Ireland, namely the resetting of physical customs and border inspection facilities. This arrangement does not have a clear deadline and the UK cannot unilaterally withdraw, triggering concerns that the UK may permanently stay in the European Customs Union.
The lower house of parliament is scheduled to vote on the 14th whether to postpone “.” If the decision is postponed, the British application requires the consent of all other EU member states.
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After the 13th vote, the European Commission said that the British government must come up with a plan to get parliamentary support.
The British government proposed two options in the motion scheduled for voting on the 14th, that is, through a “” agreement, for a short postponement of “”, or without any “” agreement, extended for a longer period of “” “.
Teresa May supports the former. She said that the EU will only accept the British side to temporarily postpone “” if it passes the “” agreement in the lower house of the British Parliament.
She said: “If it (the lower house of parliament) does not want to support an agreement in the next few days, and does not want to ‘no agreement to leave the European Union’ on March 29, that means the UK will have to postpone longer ‘de-Europe’.”
Teresa May said that in this case, the UK may have to participate in the European Parliament election scheduled for May 23-26. “I don’t think this is the right result. The lower house of parliament needs to face the consequences of its decisions.”
The EU summit is scheduled to be held from the 21st to the 22nd. The motion said that if the British side did not pass the “” agreement by the 20th, the EU may ask the British side at the summit the next day to clearly state the reasons for seeking an extension and determine how long the extension should be.
Agence France-Presse reported that Teresa May may launch a third “” agreement to push the lower house of parliament to pass the “” agreement she supported before 20 days, and then apply for EU approval to temporarily postpone “.”
However, some “suspected European” members of the parliament insisted on their opposition. Britain’s former political affairs official, Steve Baker, said on the evening of the 13th that he would vote against the “” agreement