Theresa May has lost another parliamentary vote in a battle for Brexit

Jimmy DeYoung

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JD: If the vote that Prime Minster May is putting forth if it fails it look like that Great Britain will not be able to withdrawal. What do you know about this?

JR: Here we are more than two years since the original Brexit vote and everything’s culminating in this month. March 12th we have the United Kingdom Parliament voting on the next withdrawal deal. They’re expecting this to lose by up to a hundred votes. And then the next day, March 13th would be the Parliament vote for a no deal Brexit if that’s acceptable. Then March 14th is another Parliament vote that would be scheduled saying can there be a delay in Brexit. So it appears to be a complete impasse in failure, the issues with Northern Ireland, things that are happening now with economics, the real estate.

But the whole situation now is coming to this point that the European Union unknowingly is giving a precedent how you leave the European Union. It could have been done another way but honestly this is what we would have expected from two years ago. It’s very very difficult to leave the European Union. Now will see an exact procedure that it can be done. But these votes are very critical. We’ll see if a no deal is accepted, that’s a possibility.

 JD: Stay tuned folks we’ll have our broadcast partner John Rood on top of this story. We want to come to a conclusion as far as Brexit is concerned because it plays a key role. It’s a political activity playing a key role setting the prophetic scenario in place there in the European Union. You need to join us again each and every week as John does coming to this broadcast table to give us insight to what’s happening there in the European Union.

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