Six things EU could do if Theresa May’s deal gets voted down – BBC News
Six things EU could do if Theresa May’s deal gets voted down – BBC News Bocca di you do it’s resumes deal is bloated, died, it’s quite likely they’ll. Do nothing and wait for the prime minister to explain the meaning of what happened in the UK. After all, the EU has. This is the deal. This is the deal the EU could extend. The two-year brexit process beyond the existing sideline of the 29th of March that would be allowed under article 50 of the EU treaties, ask for it and the government doesn’t want to do it we’re leaving early. We should be extending article 50 in the UK in the EU, that’s known as a political declaration. It would probably require EU leaders to do it and it’s already been written. The nuclear option would be rewriting the part of the breads at Tri-C about the Irish Border. That would go against the hand on heart pledge. The EU is made to the Irish government, but they said a million times. They would never do up. Until now, the 27 remaining countries have played brexit in a super chilled way through the threat of no deal at all finally make them lose their cool MPs will vote later on Theresa May’s deal for leaving the European Union.
It is widely thought it will be defeated, with many Conservatives expected to join opposition parties in voting against it.
But what could the EU do next?
The BBC’s Adam Fleming looks at its options.
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