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воскресенье, 2 октября 2016 г.

The Brexit will be implemented by spring 2017

First British Conservative minister Theresa May said on Sunday it will activate before the end of March 2017 Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon prior to the output discussions of his country to the European Union. "We déclencherons Article 50 before the end of March next year," said Theresa May told the BBC that since taking office on July 13 refused to specify a schedule.

This announcement will satisfy Brussels who did not hide his impatience to see London translate into reality the vote Brexit the British during the June 23 referendum, while the EU is facing the worst crisis in its history, between rise of populism and euroscepticism, influx of migrants and economic uncertainties. It also appease those in the ranks of his conservative party, called him to stop procrastinating, just hours before its annual conference in Birmingham (central England), which will be dominated by the question of Brexit.

Blur remains

Theresa May has not entered into details Sunday morning, merely repeating that she wants "the best agreement for the British." Maintaining the single market? The immigration control demanded by voters Brexit?So many questions yet unanswered while European officials have made it clear that one does not go without the other and that London will not benefit from preferential treatment.
"What people want is the government to be able to decide who can enter (in the UK), this is what is important" is simply said Theresa May on the BBC, but added that the most skilled migrants would remain welcome.The vagueness London fears the business community no government plan while the Ministry of Brexit has not yet finalized the formation of his team.
In Birmingham, the Tories attelleront reassuring to prevent others, like the Nissan automotive group, will freeze their investments in waiting to learn more about its future relationship with the EU. Theresa May will also find words to gather troops divided, even within the government, about the future direction of EU output.
With one hand, the supporters of a "Brexit light", prepared to remain in the single market and leave the door ajar to European immigrants and, on the other, the proponents of a "Brexit hard" or a clean break, fast, an immigration under control and output of the single market.

The worst is to come to Theresa May

Still, the prime minister may find these divisions and other mild annoyances well under what awaits him when it will actually implement the output of the European family, a daunting task with innumerable repercussions.
For the Financial Times columnist Janan Ganesh Theresa May has just experienced its "best weeks" and those who wait may be only worse, particularly since other EU members did not l intends to grant him favors.
For now, it still has several advantages, including a comfortable popularity rating. It also benefits from Labour's woes, the main opposition party, became almost inaudible to infighting force and a leadership crisis that the re-election there is a week of radical Jeremy Corbyn in his head has not completely resolved.
Only masters on the boat UK, the Tories may be tempted to push their advantage by rushing the legislative elections, theoretically planned for 2020. But Theresa May has excluded this hypothesis on Sunday to avoid creating the "instability" in an interview with the Sunday Times newspaper.
She also announced that it will introduce legislation in spring 2017 to revoke the EU accession Act of 1972. "This will mark the first step to making the UK a sovereign and independent country again" Theresa May said, noting that it will mean "the end of the EU's authority in the UK." The law does, however, take effect when the UK will actually leave the EU, stressed the Prime Minister.

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