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DUP stresses extra cash for Northern Ireland not part of Brexit discussions

17 March 2019

This would give them an opportunity to indicate which options they support in the hope of identifying a way out of the impasse.

There are also signs that Eurosceptic Tory resistance is softening, with backbencher Daniel Kawczynski the latest rebel MP to say they will now back the Prime Minister's plan. Serious long term Eurosceptic MPs such as David Davis, former Brexit Secretary, and Zac Goldsmith felt compelled/cornered to vote for May's deal as it was the only means of breaking away (in part) from the European Union into what has been called by one insider as "government by no alternative".

MPs voted 413-202 on Thursday to request permission from Brussels to negotiate an extension to the withdrawal date.

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Most Labour voters abstained on the vote after the party backed down from supporting a so-called People's Vote but 25 opposition MPs did vote in favour, against the orders of their party. Instead, this is the time for Parliament to declare it wants an extension of Article 50 so that, after two-and-a-half years of vexed negotiations, our political leaders can finally decide on what Brexit means. According to the Washington Post, Corbyn's spokesman states that Prime Minister Theresa May is "recklessly running down the clock" forcing "MPs to choose between her botched deal and a disastrous no-deal". The plan now needs to be agreed upon by 27 European Union member states. She is expected bring back the deal for a third vote after two historic defeats.

"Do we continue to obstruct and risk no Brexit?".

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The Prime Minister survived a vote of no confidence in her leadership of the Tories, in which a majority of Tory MPs not on the ministerial payroll called for her to go, with party rules opening her up to another challenge from December. If the Commons has not passed a deal by that time then Mrs May will request a longer extension.

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If the third vote is lost things become more complicated.

"I had voted against the earlier Spelman amendment during the day which its own author tried to withdraw, believing the main Government motion was more powerful".

It effectively shifts the deadline to get a deal done until the middle of May. The full complement of presidents and prime ministers have not formally discussed this option together, and with populist Euroskeptics expected to make big gains in May's European Parliament elections, some leaders are anxious that Brexit could continue to "pollute" the EU agenda.

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DUP stresses extra cash for Northern Ireland not part of Brexit discussions