British Prime Minister Theresa May accused Members of the need to extend Brexit's term, which has already undermined attempts to support the Brexit transaction.
On Wednesday, after being asked by the European Union to briefly extend the current March 29 However, rather than reassuring the country, the Prime Minister's remarks have led to a gap between the public and the Members of Parliament (MEPs) – those who need their plan.
May "I'm deeply sorry" and said she was sure the public had enough. She went on to say,
You are tired of the attack, you are tired of political games and beautiful lines of procedure tired of parliamentarians who talk about something other than Brexit, when you have serious concerns about our children's schools, our National Health service, knife crime.
You want this Brexit process to be completed. I agree to.
Now is the time for parliaments to decide.
Speech bombarded for many reasons. For beginners she repeated what she said in May. ̵
Also failed because many May critics believe that the prime minister has at least some responsibility for the current impasse. The prime minister advocated the conservative party unity throughout the Brexit process, often seeking pressure on pro-Brexit fighters, rather than trying to reach an average between countries. And all of this, in May, insisted on promoting the unpopular Brexit agreement with your Parliament. She is even going to try for the third time, despite two historically high margins for the previous two.
On Wednesday, a letter was sent to Donald Tusk, President of the European Council asking the EU to push off the UK departure date on 30 June. Try again to win the Brexit deal and, if adopted, let the legislators adopt the necessary additional legislation.
But last week, Parliament has won about 150 votes, which is a huge reserve. In the fight against parliamentarians for not having voted for a deal that they all hate, it does not seem to be a serious strategy, and she resisted Members of the opposition labor party and her conservative party that sent Twitter to express their disappointment. 19659013] Creating an "accusative game" because PM makes a small blow. Democracy is losing when PM, who is against HoC, accuses MEPs of their work. Unresolved from the extension of Article 50, the whole part of its strategy for driving the clock and rejecting other options.
– Sam Gyimah MP (@SamGyimah) 2019. March 20
The Prime Minister's statement was shameful. People who are against the current environment are dangerous and ill-advised. Yesterday, her government attacked her civil servants. It has now attacked the Members of Parliament whose votes it needs. It will cost its support
– Lisa Nandy (@lisanandy) March 20
This evening, Theresa's attempt to put Parliament in front of people #Brexit . Steve Bannon and Donald Trump populism. History will appreciate it brutally.
by David Lammy (@DavidLammy) 2019. March 20
In response to the Prime Minister's statement, many of my constituents today sent me a letter. No one says his deal.
– Jess Phillips (@jessphillips) 2019 March 20
The May tongue was mostly angry about the Brexit process towards parliamentarians, some politicians stressed, perhaps causing them
I have long thought hard before saying, but @theresa_may knows that all the palaces in the palace MEPs are victims of death – some are very reliable. Her language was burning and irresponsible. If someone suffers damage, it will have to take its share of responsibility
– Wes Streeting MP (@wesstreeting) 2019 March 20
May John Bercow gave parliamentarians a speech in which he said "no one of you is a traitor".
The Brexit discussion is far from
. She punished the past for giving up the control of the Brexit process. The design of the hand may also look strange, but only eight days before the deadline, and the European Union is still considering or granting the UK .
President Tusk of the European Council stated that the EU would be open for a short extension (although they probably set the date in May, not May 30) provided the UK Parliament approves the Brexit agreement next week. Ultimately, however, all 27 EU Member States have to agree. It seems unlikely that these countries will run the risk of being defeated on March 29, if May. The agreement will not succeed again – but it cannot really be rejected .
But May. The real political crisis in Britain. Its opt-out agreement is a compromise and is probably the best thing it could do if it complied with the red Brexit lines. But this did not stop the deal from being largely unpopular, and its address only increases the awareness of Members that the Prime Minister is trying to reinforce them by voting for this proposal, threatening them with two extreme opportunities: without a deal or not at Brexit.
Finally, parliamentarians may be willing to make the least of the bad choices, but in their speech they have little incentive to take the political risk of returning to an unpopular plan.
Brexit Fatigue In the UK, there are real people who are both exhausting and remaining. And a recent study showed that the public blamed almost all for mess, although the May government exceeded the list.
The UK is still very different about how (or) the UK should split up with the EU. Support for "the rest" has increased, but also supports Brexit, not the May deal, according to a recent YouGov survey. On Thursday, a petition by the UK Government to withdraw Article 50, which would essentially remove Brexit, received one million signatures after a brief collapse of the UK parliament website
May, in short: "Listen to me and get Brexit through" – no it is easy to overcome this polarization.