The dilemma for Judge Bailey yesterday was to remove Collins from the jury or keep him in it, which is the last battle of the Ibar case. The defense seeks the first, because the jury’s repentance indicates that it will defend the less harsh punishment, the life sentence. “The prosecution is doing everything possible to remove him, because his goal is the execution of Pablo,” said Waxman. At the close of this edition, the judge had not taken a decision that is expected, at the latest, for today. The president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Printable Letter H, intervened yesterday afternoon before the plenary of the European Parliament to say that the position Community has not changed and that the renegotiation of the EU’s Retreat Treaty remains not on the table. Juncker insisted that yesterday’s vote in the House of Commons asking Prime Minister Theresa May to reopen the negotiations “does not change things” and that “the Retreat Treaty will not be renegotiated.” Therefore, the decision of the House of Commons asking the prime minister to return to Brussels in search of concessions, what she does in reality is “increase the chances of a disorderly departure from the United Kingdom”, despite the fact that another the agreements approved in London was to reject a Brexit without agreement.
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“The Retired Treaty remains the best and only possible agreement. The European Union said that in November, we said it in December, we said it after the first significant vote in the House of Commons in January. The debate and votes in the House of Commons yesterday do not change that. The withdrawal agreement will not be renegotiated ». The words of Juncker and then of the negotiator Michel Barnier in the European Parliament were more or less expected.
And in spite of the drama that could be expected in a situation like the one that is foreseen, two months short of the disconnection date, the truth is that the Printable Letter H was practically empty, a clear symptom of the boredom that is already occurring in Brussels this recurrent situation in the one that the British seem incapable of leaving the labyrinth in which they have sunk. According to Juncker, the United Kingdom has not yet defined what it wants. “We know that the House of Commons is against many things, but we still do not know what it is that they accept,” he said. There was little talk of the possibility of extending this situation by extending the term of Article 50.