The European Union will not agree on a new deferral of a Brexit, ” said the French minister of Foreign Affairs, mr. Jean-Yves Le Drian on Sunday at the French radio station Europe 1.
“The EU is not a three-month delay will give it”, said Le Drian. “The British people have to tell us what they really want to do.”
In the British house of Commons voted on Wednesday to vote on a motion that “no deal Brexit’ doesn’t allow it and the British prime minister, Boris Johnson, to the command to give to the Brexit-deadline-to-request. The current deadline is October 31, 2019 at the latest, but because of the potential delay, this would be January 31, 2020.
In addition, the parties agreed to also, the 21 members of the party of Johnson, who the Conservatives were, for the motion. Johnson, to put those members out of the party. On the same day he lost his majority in the Parliament, as a member of the Conservatives defect to the Liberal Democrats.
The upper house voted on Friday to vote against a ‘no deal’, which means that on Monday, the queen will have to be sent out to be signed. Johnson, however, is not to give the questions. On Thursday, he said that he would rather be “dead in a ditch lies.
The british prime minister Sajid Javid of Finance showed on Sunday, know that the Johnson’s next month at an EU summit not to delay going to ask for it, but do you want a deal on a set.
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The government, Johnson wants to be re-elected
The government, Johnson argues, in the event of early elections, in order to determine whether or not he or the leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, to Brussels, “to make the mess to clean up”. The vote for these elections, however, is not enough to cast a vote. The opposition wants to pass a new election after the law is against the “no-deal Brexit’ has been adopted.
As a consequence of Brexit price of the Johnson’s, got a further two of the members of the Conservative press. The brother of the prime minister, parliamentary secretary, Jo Johnson, who left the party along with the prime minister, Amber Rudd, of Employment.
Rudd was succeeded by Therese Coffey, the Conservative y and on Sunday is known.
The british prime minister, Amber Rudd will leave because of dissatisfaction with the course of Johnson