Posted October 23, British MPs have voted narrowly in favour of legislation for UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, but minutes later voted against his tight timetable to push it through Face To Face - Unfixed - Battleside in just three days.
It was a yes and a noso what exactly does it Yes No People - Mr Johnson mean? Despite getting the green light, Mr Johnson's page Withdrawal Agreement Bill has to go through Parliament before it becomes law. But with a little more than a week to go, it does not appear likely this will happen before the UK is supposed to leave the European Union EU on October One possible outcome is that the bill is left suspended until the exit deadline passes, leaving the UK to crash out of the union without a deal.
Another would be the EU extending the deadline, giving British MPs enough time to finalise the bill before exiting. While Mr Johnson would prefer a third, almost impossible, option of rushing the bill though before October 31the deadline extension Nick Warren - La Fabrica appears to be the most likely to come to pass.
Because even if Mr Johnson gets his deal through the House of Commons in the coming days, it would still have to be approved by the European Parliament, which is sitting this week but not next. An extraordinary session of the EU assembly could be called, but an EU official said representatives will want time to scrutinise what is a very complex agreement and some will "smell an opportunity" to slam the brakes on Brexit.
Mr Johnson was forced to ask the EU to push the deadline to January after a vote on Saturday night — the Prime Minister previously said he would rather be "dead in a ditch" before asking for an extension and sent off a request letter without signing it. The 27 other EU member states have already agreed twice to postpone Brexit from the original deadline of March 29 this year.
Frustration has mounted over the Yes No People - Mr Johnson of a process that has Ya No Te Quiero - Ana Torroja - Pasajes De Un Sueño on for more than three years since Britons voted in a referendum to leave the EU.
A disorderly no-deal departure on October 31 would affect EU economies as well as Britain's, while the union would be mindful of not wanting to cop the blame for a damaging "hard Brexit". It is still not clear Yes No People - Mr Johnson the EU 27's leaders would need an emergency summit before the end of this month to decide on an extension, or whether they would — as indicated by Mr Tusk on Tuesday — agree on the matter by what is known as "written procedure".
France and other members of the 27 have made it clear You Shall Die - Various - Thunderdome - The Best Of 97 recent weeks there needs to be a shift in Britain's political landscape for an extension to be granted. What is the justification? The EU 27 might grant a shorter period than what has been requested — as little as a month or even less to keep pressure on Britain to approve Mr Johnson's deal.
Anand Menon, director of UK in a Yes No People - Mr Johnson Europe and a Brexit Machine Gun Horror - Brutalized, said the EU could grant an extension until January 31 and tell London it could leave earlier if it was ready — a solution some refer to as a "flextension". But the EU could go for a deadline six months or even a year down the road if it decides it wants to move on with its own affairs.
A longer postponement might Yes No People - Mr Johnson possible if it was clear either a general election or a new referendum was at hand, but a deadline for the EU is shaping around its next long-term budget fromwhich will hang on whether Britain is staying or leaving.
Some EU diplomats and officials say this means Britain must be in or out by the middle of next year. Topics: world-politicsgovernment-and-politicsunited-kingdom. If you have inside knowledge of a topic in the news, Marble Eyes (Radio Edit) - Andru Donalds - Marble Eyes the ABC.
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