As the parliament still does not want to find a compromise, Brexit observers talked about the possibility of early general elections. As it may turn out, one can only guess when Brexit generates an unprecedented distribution between lawmakers and the public.
J.P. Economist Morgan Malcolm Barr said that "the next day or so, it's likely that a small number of fingers will be involved pointing to those who aspire for" Brexit "or" people's voice. "" The people's voice concerns the referendum on Brexit's proposal or the cancellation of the whole process from the ride.
"We continue to think that general elections are the most likely way in the coming weeks, although this event causes a lot of questions for politicians from all sides," Barr said in a memorandum on Monday night. We do not understand how prem 39, the minister may hinder this, and the potential split in her party that may follow. "
Barnier in the EU stressed that the unit could accept a customs union with the UK, but noted that the only way to avoid a non-productive Brexit would be through a positive majority in the House of Commons (Lower House of Parliament), returning to the UK court . By getting a professor in practice, the London School of Economics told CNBC that he believed the middle way would still be found. a customs union, perhaps with a confirmatory vote, "he said on Tuesday at CNBC's" Capital Connection ".
"It's a game on the verge of scope (with the EU). We have these two cars hurtling to each other but in a British car there's a tussle going on both for the steering wheel and for the GPS navigation system. It makes it very difficult to predict the exact sequence (of events) . "