Shortly before the decisive Brexit vote in the British Parliament, Prime Minister Theresa May has warned strongly of the consequences of a refusal. “This would be a catastrophic and unforgivable breach of trust in our democracy,” wrote May in the “Sunday Express”. Your message to the Parliament this weekend, so be easy: “It is time to forget the games and do what’s right for our country,” she wrote. “It is the biggest and most important decision that you must make every member of our Generation.” The citizens should not be left in the lurch.

The vote on the Brexit-agreement between the government in London and the 27 other member States is scheduled for Tuesday. A lot of suggests according to the opinion of observers on a defeat of the Prime Minister, May. The result could be a unregulated Brexit on the leaving date on the 29. March without transitional arrangements. In the case of leaving the EU without agreement of Chaos.

Hard Brexit would wrote Germany cost billions

May, if the Parliament would not support the agreement, “we run the risk of Leaving without agreement, with all of the uncertainty for jobs and safety, which is associated with it”. Sharply attacked the leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn. “It is not a debate contest with prizes awarded for the ideological purity of a Position.” In Corbyn, you meet a Labour-leader who was more interested in play politics than to act in the best interest of the country.

An unregulated Brexit would not only meet the UK hard, but also the remaining 27 EU members and their companies to take the burden of additional billion in costs. By the end of next year alone, Germany would have to contribute up to 4.2 billion Euro in the EU budget, reported to the Funke media group on Sunday, citing calculations by the renowned Brussels ‘ Bruegel research Institute.