May continues to refuse to extend April 2019 Calendar PDF beyond March 29 this year. The date of departure is irremovable for the “premier” and has stressed that “extending Article 50 would not solve anything.” He also returned to avoid ruling out the worst possible scenario for all parties, that of no agreement. May believes that if he did, he loses his negotiating hand. All in spite of the fact that she admitted to the Commons that she is not in favor of this “I myself want to avoid this extreme option but the only way to achieve it is for this Parliament to approve an agreement,” he explained to defend his position. The problem is that Brussels has been impassive to these requests for reopening a text rather than consensus and now do not want to reopen by the political blockade that Westminster submits to its prime minister. May travel to Brussels this week to try to make them change their mind, but before you will see the majorities in the Parliament and the deputies, both the opposition and their own party, who support them.
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Already yesterday morning I was speaking with the president of the European Commission, Jean Claude Juncker to explain his new strategy and after having shown it to his Cabinet in the weekly meeting that he keeps. In her it would not have appeared, nevertheless, a plan that would be concocting a great group of conservatives of different opinions. Eurosceptics and moderates alike would be looking for an alternative plan to anyone that has already been published and which the press has dubbed the “Malthouse Commitment” (because it is coordinated by Mrs Kit Malthouse) that would request an extension of the transition period until December 2021, eight more months They would do it to try to skip that “safeguard” giving more time to both parties to negotiate the future trade agreement or find a different solution to this mechanism. The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, intends to return to Brussels.
Again. Its plan B involves renegotiating the April 2019 Calendar PDF agreement and more specifically the clause referring to the “safeguarding” of the Irish border. Today he has defended it again in the opening of the debate that will close with the vote of the amendments proposed by the deputies with which they intend to take control of the process. In this speech before the debate, which will run throughout the afternoon, the “premier” has ensured that, to ask for this revision of the Northern Irish mechanism, the Chamber has to send “a clear message” to the EU that it wants to approve an agreement. “The only possibility of avoiding non-agreement is getting an agreement. That’s why I want to go back to Bruse with the clearest possible mandate to secure an agreement that this House can approve, “he said.