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British parliament vetoes prime minister's "Brexit" motion EU is losing confidence in Teresa May

Reference News Network reported on February 15 Foreign media said that the British House of Commons voted on the 14th to veto a motion proposed by Prime Minister Teresa May, the motion asked the parliament to support the government and the EU to negotiate to amend the Brexit agreement.

According to the report of the Singapore Lianhe Zaobao website on February 15, on the 14th, the lower house of the British Parliament passed the debate and finally rejected the motion with 303 votes against and 258 votes.

When voting, some of the ruling Conservative Party members of the Brexit party were worried that the motion might lead the UK to rule out the possibility of no agreement to leave the European Union, thus delaying the Brexit and eventually choosing to abstain.

The leader of the opposition Labor Party, Corbin, said after the announcement of the vote: The motion was rejected and the first one was to come up with a clear and clear Brexit plan.

Analysts believe that the day's vote is not legally binding, but reflects the huge differences within the Conservative Party on the issue of Brexit and will also undermine the credibility of the British government in negotiations with the EU.

At the end of January, the lower house of the British Parliament passed an amendment to the Brexit Agreement, requesting Teresa May to continue negotiations with the EU to replace the relevant content of the existing Brexit Agreement on the Irish border issue with a new one. According to the current arrangement, if the UK and Europe fail to make progress in revising the Brexit agreement, the parliament will vote at the end of this month to decide on the next step.

According to the previous agreement, the UK will officially withdraw from the EU on March 29.

According to Reuters reported on February 15, the British Brexit Minister Stephen Barkley said on the 14th that the United Kingdom will leave the EU without agreement in the next month, unless the EU makes concessions, allowing the British Parliament to support the Prime Minister. Teresa May's Brexit Agreement.

Barkley said that the legislation passed last year meant that the UK would leave the EU on March 29, GMT, whether or not an agreement was reached.

In addition, according to the US Wall Street Journal reported on February 15, the UK's planned Brexit date is getting closer, and EU leaders are still waiting for the signal from British Prime Minister Teresa May to decide what to take in the negotiations on the Brexit agreement. Follow-up actions.

At the same time, these leaders are losing confidence in the ability of May to persuade the majority of the British Parliament to support any agreement, making it more likely that Britain will have no agreement to leave the EU, and no agreement to leave the EU is not willing to see the result of.

The report said that EU officials said that it is now certain that if the agreement is to be reached, the planned Brexit date will have to be postponed. But the British leaders denied this. The planned Brexit date for the UK is March 29.

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