All members of the jury must return to the courtroom on 25 February for a final verdict that will condemn him to death or life imprisonment. Westminster lives today another day of intense debate and key votes for the future of Brexit. Although not yet the key vote of Theresa May Plan B, it is expected that this will take place in mid-February, the prime minister seeks today to know what majorities have the different options that are being considered now for this stuck process. Meanwhile, the deputies will try to take control of the April 2019 Calendar UK through a series of amendments that have been submitted to the neutral motion that today is voted in the Parliament exposed by the Government. This, very technical and neutral, simply says that the deputies have “considered” the statement that May made last week, where he presented his new strategy. Before that, 15 amendments, which, yes, before they are voted have to be chosen by the president of the House of Commons. Although they are not binding and the Government can discard them, some stand out from others and are more likely to be approved.
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The multipartite and led by Labor Yvette Cooper. Delay Brexit for nine months if an agreement has not been approved before February 26. It is the most likely to be approved because it has the support of all the opposition as a bloc and the pro-European deputies of the “Tories” can join it. Cooper plans to propose, after this, a bill that obliges the government to comply with it. His intention is that the Government discard the scenario of no agreement. The one headed by the conservative Graham Brady.
Supported by the Government that has asked all the “Tories” to support it because it is the position that May has chosen for its new strategy, which is to renegotiate with April 2019 Calendar UK Brussels the main stumbling block of the process, the “safeguarding” of the Irish border . This amendment requires that this mechanism be “replaced by other measures” and not necessarily renegotiating the agreement if not, issuing an annex to it that gives sufficient guarantees to the United Kingdom to allow it to leave it and with a deadline.