Shortly before the decisive vote in the British house of Commons Prime Minister Theresa May and the top representatives of the EU have campaigned strongly for a Yes of the members. A rejection of the Brexit Treaty will have “catastrophic” consequences for the democracy in the United Kingdom, said May on Monday in a speech. The British Parliament votes on Tuesday evening about the Brexit-the agreement between London and Brussels. A majority for the May negotiated agreement is considered to be unlikely. However, May refuses a postponement of the referendum:”We come on the 29. March from,“ said May.

May warned the deputies in her speech, therefore, once again urges a rejection of the Treaty. “We all have a duty, the result of the referendum,” said May before the factory workers in the English town of Stoke-on-Trent, where a lot of Brexit advocates of life. “I ask the deputies to take into account the consequences of their actions for the trust of the British people in our democracy.”

Meanwhile, has given up one for the majority of procurement competent members of his Post. He could be represented by the Prime Minister, Theresa Maymit of the EU-negotiated agreement is not, in good conscience, write-wrote, the Conservative Gareth Johnson on Monday in his Resignation. Johnson was one of the “whips”(“whip”) the responsibility of the members of beiAbstimmungen to party to bring in line. In the UK there is no group discipline.

The largest point of criticism of the Brexit-hard-liners in Mays conservative party in the Brexit Treaty catch-all solution to the border between Northern Ireland and the EU Ireland is. To avoid a hard limit, the so-called backstop, the United Kingdom, according to the Brexit remains in a customs Union with the EU. May’s opponents criticise the United Kingdom would remain permanently bound to the EU and no trade can operate policy. The EU heads of state and heads of government had declared in December, the standard solution should remain if at all only “temporarily” and “for as long as absolutely necessary”. These Commitments had previously been considered as not legally binding – which is why Mays opponent to a lack of reliable Commitments the EU had referred to.