Brexit: Theresa Mays Brexit plan could go up

The EU and the government of Theresa May do not want to let the hardliners take away their negotiating successes. It looks good for a first Brexit agreement.

Brexit: Theresa Mays Brexit plan could go up
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    Theresa May will be able to brea. The European Union is working hard to give its negotiating leader Michel Barnier more leeway at EU summit in Salzburg – so that exit agreement between Britain and EUendlich can be agreed. On Monday, Barnier could refore say: "I binzuversichtlich that we have completed first part ( exit Agreement) in six to eight weeks."

    Almost even more important for Diebritische Prime Minister: her adversaries, Angeführtvon conservative Jacob Rees-Mogg, have buried plan for time being to undermine SieMays's negotiating proposal. Your camp is too divided. This should allow Mayihren to defend previous negotiating success at party congress DerKonservativen on 30 September in Birmingham – alone because re is no alternative to Mays's so-called Chequers plan. The Chequers plan stipulates that SichGroßbritannien binds much more closely to EU than DenHardlinern is fond of.

    But Mays's opponents don't have much in hand. Barnier Gegrüßteden Brexit-Trailer Rees-Mogg last week in Brussels demonstratively saying that it was now first time that y met – a side blow to dieDemagogie hardliners, who for ir unrealistic Vorschlägekeinerlei responsibility Have to take over. On contrary: Rees-Moggstieß in past days with a supposed counter-plan behind scenes on so much resistance that he daraufverzichtete this week to introduce concept to public. BorisJohnson is hardly nochernst taken after his political and private escapades. The third in League of hardliners, former Brexit-Ministerund may adversary David Davis, has also presented Keineschlüssige alternative so far. It is refore risky for Parlamentzu to reject withdrawal agreement negotiated with EU if May's presented at end of year.

    "Then it was "

    So it remains in derzeitlaufenden negotiations, in which EU also has a hohesEigeninteresse. At a meeting of Barnier with BritischenParlamentariern, also hardliners like Rees-Mogg, EU negotiator at beginning of September in Brussels said quite clearly: "Wennwir did not have a conclusion of negotiations and no deal, n was Esdas."

    But what is specific issue? There are two negotiating blocks. First, withdrawal contract, which dieZahlungsverpflichtungen British for past and dieModalitäten of exit. This agreement is to be negotiated in Denkommenden six to eight weeks, so that dasbritische Parliament can vote on it. The EU states would have to ratify it before Britain EndeMärz 2019 out of community. The second negotiating block is intended to govern future relationship of Britain with EU. Maysumstrittener Chequers-plan refers to diesesZukunftsabkommen, but not to exit contract. But: part of exit agreement that is now to be negotiated will be a political Erklärungsein, which should be relatively konkretbeschreiben framework of future agreement.

    In order to understand where Verhandlungenimmer are still stalling, a look at structure of Gesprächenotwendig: The Chequers Plan and ideas of EU on DasZukunftsabkommen are based on four pillars: a trade agreement, a second package of close co-operation and Cooperation in areas of WieFlugverkehr or research, a third package of close cooperation in matters of security such as Europol and European Arrest Warrant Unyour fourth package of close cooperation on military issues. DerPlan of May takes into account all se four pillars and EU's ideas everywhere. Daherauch verdict of Barnier that Chequers is a total einebrauchbare basis for a future agreement.

    Date Of Update: 12 September 2018, 12:00

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