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29.09.2020 - 23:15 [ ORF ]

Brexit-Änderungen: Unterhaus nimmt umstrittenes Gesetz an

Trotz aller Warnungen hat das britische Unterhaus für das umstrittene Binnenmarktgesetz gestimmt, mit dem Großbritannien Teile des bereits gültigen Brexit-Deals mit der EU aushebeln will. Bei 340 zu 256 Stimmen brachte Premier Boris Johnson das Gesetz am Dienstagabend mit einer klaren Mehrheit durch das Londoner Parlament.

07.04.2020 - 11:25 [ Lost in EU ]

ESM-Kredite ohne Auflagen? Von wegen – hier sind sie!

Wenn Italien die Regeln nach dem Abflauen der Coronakrise wieder einhalten sollte, müsste es sein Budgetdefizit von derzeit 130 Prozent – und nach der Krise vielleicht 180 oder 200 Prozent – wieder auf 60 Prozent herunterfahren. So steht es im Stabilitätspakt.

Wenn das keine Austeritätspolitik bedeutet…

Interessant ist auch, dass die Regeleinhaltung von “den kompetenten EU Institutionen” überwacht werden soll. Das wäre dann wohl der ESM und die EU–Kommission – womöglich auch der IWF, der an anderer Stelle des Non-Paper erwähnt wird.

Damit wäre die “Troika” wiederauferstanden…

07.04.2020 - 11:04 [ Telegraph.co.uk ]

EU project in ‘mortal danger’ if Italy and Spain are abandoned

(29.03.2020)

Conte said anybody who thinks they can force Italy to accept disciplinary terms as a condition for loans – a sort of „Troika“ regime – have gravely misjudged the mood of his nation. Italy will not take the money. “We will do it alone,” he said.

The message is that if there is no EU solidarity when it matters, then it no longer makes sense for Italy to accept EU surveillance and constraints, or for Italy to forgo use of its own sovereign policy instruments in self-defence.

07.04.2020 - 11:01 [ Edmund Knowles ?? #VoteBrexitParty / Twitter ]

„When Italy invoked the EU’s formal disaster procedure with desperate calls for protective gear and ventilators, no country responded. Germany and France instead imposed export bans. The EU’s single market did not exist when push came to shove.“

(30.03.2020)

30.10.2019 - 06:00 [ Austin Mitchell / Brexitcentral.com ]

The absurdity of Labour’s enthusiasm for the European project

Instead of growing the economy by state backing and export-led growth as competitors have done, we’re left behind clinging to a protectionist bloc designed to protect French agriculture and German manufacturing at our expense.

We want to stay in the Single Market but ignore the fact that we’re running a £100 billion trade deficit in goods with it. That means the export of jobs, money and economic demand primarily to Germany.

03.10.2019 - 09:09 [ Guido Fawkes ]

Read in Full: Boris’s New Negotiation Position

Boris has finally presented his detailed proposals to abolish the Backstop in a letter to the EU. The ERG and DUP are behind the proposals, now over to Varadkar…

Read the proposals in full below…

03.10.2019 - 08:51 [ ZDF ]

Brexit-Verhandlungen – Juncker sieht „positive Fortschritte“

Der von Brüssel geforderte Schutz des Europäischen Binnenmarkts vor Produkten, die nicht den EU-Standards entsprechen, läge in der Hand des nordirischen Regionalparlaments.

Die Volksvertreter dürften künftig alle vier Jahre darüber entscheiden, ob sich der britische Landesteil an europäischen oder an britischen Standards orientiert. Nach dem Willen Londons soll sich die Europäische Union gleichzeitig verpflichten, in keinem Fall Kontrollen an der Grenze durchzuführen.

03.10.2019 - 08:45 [ ITV.com ]

Boris Johnson says no to customs union and yes to single market for Northern Ireland, writes Robert Peston

Boris Johnson’s new Brexit offer to the EU comprehensively rips up the backstop agreed by Theresa May – but it contains one proposal that may upset some Brexiter purists, namely that Northern Ireland should more-or-less remain in the single market for goods, food and agricultural products, subject to rules set by Brussels.

02.04.2019 - 19:04 [ Spiked ]

Corbyn’s Remainer Labour leaves common people behind

By backing Common Market 2.0, the left has embraced ‘Euro-jingoism’.

02.04.2019 - 07:43 [ Guido Fawkes ]

Moment Boles Quits Tories

Nick Boles told a shocked House of Commons he was quitting the Tories – seemingly because he was upset that the Government whipped hard against his amendment and in favour of their own policy and manifesto.

27.03.2019 - 06:12 [ DSG ‏/ Twitter ]

After confirmed plans for an EU army, Guy Verhofstadt openly promoting a United States of Europe & now #Article13. How anyone can’t see the direction of travel & still wants to remain in the EU is beyond me. Wake up. It’s the governance of totalitarianism & fear.

10.03.2019 - 17:05 [ Spectator.co.uk ]

If May’s Brexit deal passes, then her troubles really begin

Brexit is breaking British politics. Both the traditional powers have been shipwrecked by this storm and show no signs of knowing how to repair their ruined timbers. This is the sort of thing everyone understands. If the Tories enjoy more support than Labour this is only because Labour is so very bad. It is not because Theresa May’s Government commands the confidence of the people. In any case, her party is slowly but surely devouring itself over Brexit. Again, everyone knows this.

10.03.2019 - 17:01 [ Independent.co.uk ]

Labour will table bid for second Brexit referendum within a fortnight, says John McDonnell

Theresa May has made clear she will bring her deal back for MPs to vote on by 12 March.

Mr McDonnell said this will be when Jeremy Corbyn puts the party’s amendment forward for a Final Say referendum on Brexit.

10.03.2019 - 16:10 [ theTimes.co.uk ]

I can reveal Whitehall’s secret Brexit plan: stop it dead

Unfortunately, I must remain anonymous for fear of the backlash I would receive at my place of work. However, I can reveal that I am a senior policy professional within the civil service and work closely with numerous governmental departments.

10.03.2019 - 15:57 [ BBC ]

David Davis MP: ‚Britain will get its Trump moment‘

MPs will vote again on Theresa May’s Brexit deal on Tuesday.

Former Brexit Secretary David Davis MP told the BBC’s Andrew Marr that MPs not delivering on the Brexit referendum would undermine belief in political parties.

10.03.2019 - 15:53 [ Huffington Post ]

David Davis Warns Britain Will Get Its Own ‚Trump Moment‘ If MPs Vote To Delay Brexit

The former Brexit secretary said any move to extend Article 50 would be a “democratic disaster” that would leave the Conservative Party “massively damaged”.

“It would absolutely undermine belief in democracy in this country and certainly belief in the establishment political parties,” he told BBC’s Andrew Marr Show.