The Brexit deal has been in question for years now and one more time Prime Minister of Britain Theresa May has come up with a new Brexit deal to win the approval of the parliament. There are multiple proposed changes in the new proposal and Ms May is seeking to win the approval since last November. The plans will assist United Kingdom withdrawal from the EU, and the dates have extended till October 2019. The Prime minister vowed to resign and the Tory MPs are consistently compelling to do the same by summer. The opposition is no way backing the deal and it seems like Ms May’s new plan seems late to be accepted by the parliament. There are new proposals in the latest deal and the leader has bestowed quite a conviction in the deal.
The Concerns Being Addressed
The new proposal is intended to come to a proper negotiation and acceptance of the MPs and parliament for the same. The deals earlier addressed have been rejected three times by the majority of MPs. The deal is on the verge and a decision is very much awaited for Ms May by the MPs and Conservative MPs. The proposed changes are as below:
- Keeping in line with EU: The principal change in the proposal is to keep the United Kingdom in line with the regulations on workers’ rights with the EU. A plan designed keeping in mind environmental protection as suggested by the EU.
- Future negotiations: Customs arrangement and free movement of goods is the new plan in the deal. The future negotiations will give the MPs a greater participatory role in trade deals with the EU. They will have the opportunity to vote which makes the plan feasible.
- Concerns of MPs: The plan has laid special emphasis on the concerns related to the MPs. The concerns have outgrown in the past years and that has been the prime reason for rejection of the proposed assignments. The new plan promises to be deliverable and responsible.
Opposition Still Seems Against
This is considered as one last chance for making the negotiations work and as such s. May came up with the plan to be more acceptable. It seems like the opposition Labour party is not satisfied with the negotiating changes. The talks last week suggest that the opposition is in disfavour of the deal and members clearly showed a lack of confidence in the proposal. The backstop provision is considered to be one of the reasons the deal faces much opposition. Northern Ireland remains largely bound by the EU regulations and this will violate the spirit of the deal. The complaints were addressed by the prime minister by promising alternatives to the backstop. The leader suggested that Northern Ireland will have a say in the assembly. The opposition did not seem much convinced, though.
The voting against the bill fourth time will have its consequences, and Ms May revealed the consequences.