If Parliament does not reach an agreement and nothing happens later, the default position will be a hard Brexit. The law that is in force establishes that the United Kingdom will leave the EU on March 29, 2019. Given this scenario, the government will probably want to pass legislation to conduct a Blank March 2019 calendar without an agreement, but that is not strictly essential. The government could propose to negotiate a new Brexit agreement. There could be a complete renegotiation that would take some time and may well require an extension of Article 50 to delay the Brexit. This would require two key steps. First the UK would have to make a request to the EU for an extension. This could be granted, but only if all EU countries agree to a vote by the EU Council.
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Second, the government would have to present a legal instrument to change the definition of “exit day” in the EU Withdrawal Law. Parliamentarians would have the opportunity to vote on this change. If the EU refused to re-enter the negotiations, the government would have to choose one of the above options. The government could choose to have another referendum. As with a renegotiation or an early election, this may require an extension of Article 50. However, it is already too late to hold a referendum before March 29. You can not rush because there has to be time for the Electoral Commission to consider and advise on the referendum issue. Experts from the Constitution Unit of University College London suggest that the minimum time for all required steps is approximately 22 weeks. Even if that could be reduced a bit, it would take us beyond the end of March.
Theresa May could decide that the best way out of the stalemate would be to hold an anticipated general election, in order to obtain a political mandate for their agreement. Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has considered on Wednesday that an advance would be “very good” of the elections to the National Assembly, currently controlled by the opposition, but has categorically ruled out presidential elections before 2025. There are already 84 dead in the southeast of Brazil due to the tide of mud that devastated the town of Blank March 2019 calendar. Despair increases with the passing of the hours; 276 people are still missing. There are five detainees responsible for the breakage of the waste dam.United Kingdom begins today a new round of negotiations on the Brexit. In a very tight vote, by 317 votes against 301, the British Parliament yesterday gave its support to Theresa May so that the exit of the European Union is agreed. “The government will now redouble its efforts to obtain an agreement that this chamber can support,” May said.