British Prime Ministers Substitution of an Alternative Edition of the Euro-Leaving Agreement: No Difference from the Origin

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 British Prime Ministers Substitution of an Alternative Edition of the Euro-Leaving Agreement: No Difference from the Origin


Overseas Network, January 22? On the afternoon of 21 local time, British Prime Minister Teresa Meirou presented to Parliament an alternative to the Euro-withdrawal agreement and made a statement on relevant issues. However, British media believe that the submission of the alternative version is not much different from the previous one.

According to Sky News, only one minute before Teresa May delivered her speech, a woman member of the Labour Party shouted No change in the back seat. Nothing has changed, echoed by Jeremy Colbin, head of the Labour Party. Colbin also said that Aunt Mays meeting with members of Congress was a false negotiation.

Wollaston complained on social platforms. (Figure: BBC intercepted from Twitter)

As Aunt Mays failure to pass the draft agreement last week caused a lot of shock, many MPs were disappointed by her response. Conservative MP Wollaston complained that last weeks vote seemed to have never happened before.

British media believe that Teresa Mays statement is entirely predictable. This alternative is not like a Plan B but rather a restatement of a slightly adjusted Plan A. Despite the fact that the previous draft agreement on de-EU was not passed by 230 votes last week, Aunt Mei insisted that she hoped to solve the problem through negotiation.

In response to what is the highlight of the new Plan B, British media mentioned that EU citizens living in the UK do not have to pay an application fee of 65 after Britains separation from Europe.

In addition, Aunt May made it clear from the beginning of her speech that she would not rule out the possibility of no agreement to leave Europe, nor extend Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, nor seek a second referendum, because it would affect the cohesion of British society.

As previously reported by British media, Aunt May promised to discuss the Irish Democratic Unity Party and others before giving feedback to the EU on the Irish border issue.

On Jan. 29, the British Parliament will vote on alternatives to Aunt Maes plan to leave Europe. British media said that from now on to that day, parliamentarians will propose a series of amendments aimed at proposing amendments to Aunt Maes version of the Euro-withdrawal agreement and passing the revised version of the Euro-withdrawal agreement. John Burke, the speaker of the House of Commons, will decide which amendments will be voted on. According to the BBCs earlier report, on the evening of the 15th local time, the House of Commons of the British Parliament voted on the draft agreement between the British government and the European Union. The draft agreement was rejected by 202 votes to 432. The British government was badly hit. Teresa May needs to give an alternative within three parliamentary working days (before January 21) to be re-voted by the lower house of parliament. On March 29, Britain is about to meet the deadline for its withdrawal from Europe, but the future of the agreement on withdrawal from Europe remains uncertain. Source: Author of Overseas Network: Li Meng, Editor-in-Charge: Li Xi_NN2587

On Jan. 29, the British Parliament will vote on alternatives to Aunt Maes plan to leave Europe. British media said that from now on to that day, parliamentarians will propose a series of amendments aimed at proposing amendments to Aunt Maes version of the Euro-withdrawal agreement and passing the revised version of the Euro-withdrawal agreement. John Burke, the speaker of the House of Commons, will decide which amendments will be voted on.

According to the BBCs earlier report, on the evening of the 15th local time, the House of Commons of the British Parliament voted on the draft agreement between the British government and the European Union. The draft agreement was rejected by 202 votes to 432. The British government was badly hit. Teresa May needs to give an alternative within three parliamentary working days (before January 21) to be re-voted by the lower house of parliament. On March 29, Britain is about to meet the deadline for its withdrawal from Europe, but the future of the agreement on withdrawal from Europe remains uncertain.