Die britische Premierministerin May versucht in diesen Tagen, Unterhaus und Kabinett davon zu überzeugen, dass sie das mit dem Brexit hinbekommt. Doch die, die ihr glauben, werden immer weniger.
Theresa May has attempted to quell a mounting Tory rebellion over Brexit by unveiling a new four-point plan to break the deadlock with Brussels.
The Prime Minister was on Monday accused by Eurosceptic Tory MPs of „surrender“ as they suggested in the Commons that she does not have a Brexit plan and „know where we’re going“.
– Prime Minister yesterday set out four-point plan on how to break talks deadlock
– Said any transition period as the UK leaves would be over ‘well before’ election
– Vowed extension would be an alternative to the Northern Ireland ‘backstop’
Tory MPs don’t want to get rid of Theresa May yet but they might decide getting rid of her early is better than not getting rid of her at all.
For this to happen, 48 Conservative MPs must submit letters to the Party’s chairman.
And it could happen sooner rather than later amid reports that 46 have already been submitted.
Brexit supportor David Davis is the most likely successor to Mrs May.
(28.9.2018) Boris quit the cabinet back in July in protest at the Chequers plan, and has been a thorn in the side of the PM ever since – despite battles in his personal life.
And Rees-Mogg has been steadily growing in popularity as he represents the hard Brexiteer wing of the Tories – chairing the powerful Eurosceptic faction The European Research Group.
Eine gravierende Sicherheitslücke in der offiziellen Smartphone-App zum Parteitag der britischen Konservativen Partei (Tories genannt) hat persönliche Daten hunderter Teilnehmer der Veranstaltung offen zugänglich gemacht, darunter deren Mobiltelefonnummern. Man musste sich lediglich mit der leicht zu erratenden E-Mail-Adresse eines Politikers in der App anmelden und hatte Zugriff auf dessen Teilnehmerprofil – ein Passwort war nicht erforderlich. Das berichtet der Guardian.
Messages leaked to Buzzfeed reveal the bizarre story of the „Tory First Battalion,“ a secret Twitter group formed to capitalise on the smear that the Labour party was anti-Semitic by coordinating and amplifying anti-Corbyn messages.
Beim Brexit völlig zerstritten…
The concerted effort to bounce the Labour Party into supporting a second referendum must be defeated; it is an affront to the millions who voted to Leave the EU and even greater number who want the Government and Parliament to get on with it. A second referendum by any name is a device to renege on the 2016 referendum result.
It would be the height of hypocrisy to claim to respect the Brexit vote yet make plans to reverse it. Having a second referendum if the first goes ‘the wrong way’ is the practice of the EU and one of the reasons why many people wanted out of that undemocratic institution.
Die Brexit-Gespräche sind festgefahren, die Nervosität steigt: Wären Neuwahlen in Großbritannien ein Ausweg? Laut der „Sunday Times“ hält Premierministerin Theresa May das für eine Option, um Rückendeckung für ihren Kurs zu bekommen.
Mr Varoufakis BBC Radio 4’s Broadcasting House that the “only solution” for Prime Minister Theresa May’s “abysmal” negotiating position would be a general election in Britain, which could result in the EU forcing the country into a Norway-style Brexit deal.
He added: “Mrs May is then allowed to go away in peace and to have a new government that negotiates a Norway-style agreement for Britain for a five-year period at least so that Mrs Merkel and Mr Macron can say ‘ok, well this is a problem for our successors’.”
Research showed that any attempt by Jeremy Corbyn’s MPs at Westminster to frustrate the departure from the EU would lead to Labour candidates facing defeat in 19 of its 25 most marginal constituencies held by the party.
The survey, carried out by the polling firm IQR for the Brexit-supporting pressure group Global Britain comes on the eve of the start of the Labour conference in Liverpool, where delegates are expected to vote on calls for the party to back a second EU referendum.
He said that the conference was the first event for the Brexit Advance Coalition of 10 organisations which have come together to fight back against the Chequers plan.
Jeremy Hosking, a co-owner of Crystal Palace football club, suggested that the “fiasco” of Theresa May’s Chequers plan was a conspiracy to prevent the UK leaving the European Union.
He told The Sunday Telegraph that he had carried out private polling which showed “clear support for a Brexit party that will deliver what the electorate thought it would be getting”.
Ein bedeutender Großspender der Partei sowie der „Leave“-Kampagne, Jeremy Hosking, soll einem Bericht des „Daily Telegraph“ vom Sonntag zufolge May nun sogar androhen, eine neue „Brexit“-Partei finanzieren zu wollen. Dem Parteitag der Konservativen vom 30. September bis 3. Oktober kommt deswegen eine entscheidende Bedeutung zu.
(24.8.2018) Mr Rees-Mogg will use the residence to plot his latest Commons revolt as he sets out his own vision for a bright future outside of the European Union.
A faction of Brexiteer rebels, spearheaded by the eccentric MP, is working to create an “alternative view” to the Government’s Chequers plan, which was rubbished both by Westminster and the EU.
Die britische Premierministerin Theresa May hat sich dem Druck von „Brexit“-Hardlinern in ihrer konservativen Partei gebeugt und Änderungen an ihrem Plan für die künftigen Beziehungen zur EU zugestimmt.
Mrs May caved in to the demands from Brexiteer Tory rebels following a string of frontbench resignations and a threatened rebellion by up to 80 MPs over her Customs Bill. She insisted the amendments did not „change“ her plan.
And tonight she avoided a humiliating defeat in the House of Commons by just three votes, just minutes after it was revealed the Government is set to table a motion to bring forward the Parliament’s summer recess in an apparent bid to stave off a leadership coup.
The latest from the Sunday politics shows, as the prime minister battles to sell her Brexit plan to her backbenchers.
After all, one might think it would be a bad deal for Britain, if implemented, but still back it, perhaps out of Party loyalty. (We’re not expressing a view on such a stance; merely pointing out that it’s possible.)
But at any rate, there’s next to no difference between the two findings. Three in five panel members think the plan would represent a bad deal for Britain if implemented, and the same proportion don’t support it.
Boris Johnson, David Davis, Michael Gove, Esther McVey, Penny Mordaunt, Andrea Leadsom and Liam Fox met inside at the Foreign Office.
Dr Fox, the international trade secretary, then spent 50 minutes at Number 10 with the prime minister.
(1.7.2018) That means the rebels would need 159 MPs to bring her down, more than three times the 48 who would be needed to trigger a vote of no confidence.
May’s decision comes as she faces crunch Brexit talks with the cabinet at Chequers this week and MPs revealed that six senior ministers are plotting to succeed her.