On Monday, Speaker of a House of Commons John Bercow ruled that Prime Minister Theresa May can't move her Brexit understanding behind to Parliament for a third opinion — during slightest in a deal’s stream form.
Considering that a European Union has ruled out renegotiating a terms of Brexit, Bercow’s movement creates a vital obstacle. Up until now, May had hoped to move her understanding behind for a third opinion that competence only have scraped over a line. But now, with Britain’s Mar 29 deadline for withdrawal a EU fast approaching, one of dual things seems expected to happen: Either Britain will leave a EU but a deal, during a risk of poignant mercantile hardship, or a EU will accept Parliament’s desire for an prolongation to a Mar 29 deadline.
While it is expected that a EU will extend an extension, Bercow’s reprove means that May is held between that prolongation and no apparent means of removing a deal-based Brexit into effect. After all, if May can't call a opinion on her understanding and a EU won’t renegotiate it, what can she do?
That raises another question: What is Bercow’s suspicion process?
I don’t buy a speaker’s explain that he was forced into this movement by parliamentary conventions reaching behind hundreds of years. we think that Bercow’s ultimate proclivity here is forcing May to call an election. Bercow is eminent for his seductiveness in maintaining open spotlight, and were he to force an election, he’d win a place as one of history’s many absolute speakers.
In a brief term, however, this is only another bend round for Brexit.