The Brady amendment calls for the adoption of the Brexit withdrawal agreement and the political declaration, provided that Northern Ireland`s backstop is replaced by alternative rules to avoid a hard border. The Prime Minister has made it clear that he is ready to make changes to the text of the withdrawal agreement, which she has ruled out in advance on the grounds that the EU will never approve it. “The withdrawal agreement is and remains the best and only way to ensure an orderly exit of the UK from the European Union,” said Council President Donald Tusk. The chairman of the 1922 committee has developed an approach that could only revive the Prime Minister`s withdrawal agreement, even if he only argues for a moment, writes Joe Watts Commons, a non-binding amendment to reject Brexit, with the EU saying the withdrawal agreement is “not open to renegotiation.” The European research group, led by Jacob Rees-Mogg, has said it wants the government to table its own amendment that would commit to re-opening the withdrawal agreement – the part of Mrs May`s deal that will determine how the UK will leave the EU – to scrap the backstop. B. A “no deal” Brexit with a possible minimalist transitional agreement on customs clearance (as long as the UK does not unilaterally adopt alternative technical standards, the type of customs clearance procedure that would apply to Norway and Switzerland, even under WTO rules) would be sufficient and an interim MRA agreement to avoid a total disruption of supply chains. Last year, the UK and the EU agreed that such a measure was necessary to comply with the Good Friday peace deal, but the Brexiteer Conservatives who oppose it believe that the measure that could permanently bind the UK into a customs union and separate Northern Ireland from the rest of the UK could remain permanently linked. Two weeks after MPs rejected their withdrawal deal by an overwhelming majority, Theresa May`s Brexit strategy will face another blow on Tuesday. After the devastating defeat of her proposed withdrawal agreement, when more than 100 of her own MPs defied her, it now seems that she can win a majority in favour of an approach that could revive that plan – the operational word is certainly “could.” The Premier could still convince hard-liners Tuesday night to support the Brady amendment if it reinforces his promise to demand changes to the withdrawal agreement themselves that would eliminate the backstop. But that would make it almost impossible to reach an agreement in Brussels. The UK would also lose its trade deals with other EU countries, all of which would have to be renegotiated with the new agreement with the EU itself.
In an interview with BBC News shortly after a series of parliamentary votes, Sir Graham Brady said his victory would now allow the Prime Minister to return to Brussels and seek “substantial changes” to his Brexit deal. The chairman of the 1922 committee said that a “pretty good majority” in favour of the UK withdrawing from the EU through an agreement could have finally broken the political deadlock in Britain. He said: “The government leaves room for manoeuvre to negotiate alternative agreements, but it was specific in the terms of the amendment that these rules must ensure that the Irish border remains open, as both sides have hoped.” The Prime Minister will now return to Brussels to try to make some substantial changes to the withdrawal agreement, but it will do so on the basis of tangible evidence that there is a majority in favour of a result in the House of Commons. that with these changes to the backstop, it is possible that we can pass something and we can move forward. That`s what Charlie Cooper of Politico Europe said yesterday in a tweet. It states that the Brady Amendment favours an option already available to the United Kingdom under the withdrawal agreement. Brexit will be even more chaotic and even better, but by 14 February May`s approach will have hit the wall.