In the dispute over the Brexit-the agreement has promoted Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May in a “letter to the Nation” to consent to the contract. The agreement to respect the outcome of the Brexit referendum and had a “Moment of renewal and reconciliation,” wrote May in the in several Newspapers published the letter. The Parliament in London should agree to the agreement.

The Brexit Treaty was in the “national interest”, and to both opponents and supporters of leaving the EU created, wrote May. “It is an agreement for a brighter future, which allows us to take the opportunities facing us.” The UK get back by the Brexit control over his money, the laws and the borders. It was important to focus again on important issues such as the economy and the national health service NHS. The NHS is ailing and overloaded.

the Transition period until 2020

May urged the British to stand behind the agreement. The Parliament is going to have to do this in a few weeks with a “significant vote” opportunity. The Prime Minister announced, with “heart and soul” for the approval. May’s letter appeared shortly before the Brexit special summit in Brussels. The EU heads of state and government want to adopt on Sunday the contract for the EU in Britain, as well as a political Declaration on the future of relations outlet.

The exit agreement provides for a transitional phase until the end of 2020, in the UK in the EU single market and the customs Union. It also regulates the rights of citizens on both sides, the financial demands on the government in London and the question of the future frontier between the British province of Northern Ireland and Ireland.

In the UK, the agreement is controversial, even within the government. If the Parliament agrees to the contract, is questionable. In the house of Commons, not only the parts of the social democratic and Labour Opposition to vote against this agreement, but also parliamentarians from Mays Tories and Northern Ireland’s DUP want. A report in the Sunday Telegraph that members of the British Cabinet, with EU diplomats negotiate in Secret about a “Plan B” for the case that the Parliament in London refused permission.

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