One thing about Ricola: The PR-Coup to you! Hardly a politician stands for months, so in the center of the British Prime Minister, Theresa May (62). The hectic Brexit negotiations to strain even the professional politician, the vocal cords.

On the 12. March is it then so far: The house of Commons agrees for the second Time on the Brexit Deal. Theresa May remains the same at the beginning of the debate, almost the voice. She coughs, croaks and sounds hoarse. A glass of water helps, nothing more. The Prime Minister takes it with Humor and makes brave.

an Official letter of thanks from London

As Ricola comes into play. The Kräuerbonbon-manufacturer Laufen will send you a pack of Ricola, like the “trade newspaper” reported. With best regards and the hope that you oils so that their voice, before the noisy crowd to the house of Commons the next Time.

and lo And behold, Theresa May seems pleased to have been part of the Swiss “Chrüüterzältli”. By letter, she thanked Ricola. “The Prime Minister has asked me to thank you for the herbal-sugar”, say it in a Letter to her personal assistant, Helena Hopkins from the 10 Downing Street London.

An Overview of the most important events since the withdrawal of the vote of the British.

Yes to Brexit: In the Referendum on may 23. June 2016, a slight majority of 51.9 percent of the participants for the exit of the UK from the EU. Thus, the United Kingdom, which had joined in 1973 the forerunner of the EU, the first member state to leave the EU.
Cameron resigns: A day after the Referendum, British Prime Minister David Cameron, who had campaigned for remaining in the EU.
Brexit advocates the government to take over business: On the 13. July 2016 May, the Prime Minister is. It sets the outlet supporters of David Davis as a Brexit-the Minister. The leaders of the Brexit camp, Boris Johnson, the Minister of foreign Affairs.
Official exit statement: On the 29. March 2017, a London, in Brussels, in accordance with article 50 of the EU Treaty, the withdrawal of the request. Thus, the two-year period, up to 29 runs. March 2019, in which both sides need to negotiate the Details of the Brexit.
Lost majority: At 8. June 2017 held on his Initiative to hold early elections. The conservatives lose their majority and now have to rely on the support of the Northern Irish DUP.
Initial terms and conditions agreed to: London and Brussels agree on 8. December 2017 on three main areas for the separation: the UK’s financial obligations to the EU, the rights of EU citizens and the future of border control between Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Important Ministers resign: At 6. July 2018 gets May of your Cabinet the green light to a “free trade zone” be sought with the EU, which would mean a close connection even after the Brexit. Davis and Johnson to resign in Protest.
agreement on a draft Treaty: On the 13. November 2018, the British government announced agreement on a draft Treaty. Shortly thereafter, four Ministers from may’s Cabinet to resign. The EU adopted the agreement on the 25. November.
May move the Parliament vote: in the face of an imminent defeat, May move a for the 10. December sat under the house-the vote on the agreement. 12. December survives a vote of no confidence in their own party.
the lower house rejects the contract: On the 15. January 2019 rejects the house of the Brexit Treaty. Head of the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn requested a vote of censure against the government, the survives May but almost.
“Plan B” without a new approach: May at 21. January 2019 differently than announced a “Plan B” for the Brexit, but promises only to renegotiations with the EU on the Irish border. The EU Changes to the agreement but rejects strictly.
London penetrates to renegotiations over the Northern Ireland question: On the 29. January 2019 right of the British Parliament for follow-up negotiations on the so-called Backstop for Northern Ireland. The EU reiterates that it is opposed to any renegotiation.
Re-rejection of the Brexit Treaty: Am 12. March 2019 the house again with a large majority against the Brexit agreement, although May had received on the eve in the last Minute for more “legally binding” Commitments of the EU to the Backstop. The members of Parliament must now vote on Wednesday and Thursday on a hard-Brexit, without exit the contract and a possible shift of the exit date.
No leaving without a Deal: Only two weeks before the planned Leaving of the British house of Commons on June 13. March 2019 against a withdrawal without an agreement voted.
Brexit shift: The British house of Commons, speaks on the 14. To extend to March 2019, for a vote in favor of the withdrawal period. The vote was 413 against 202 votes. Now it needs the approval of the EU.
Brexit shift: Theresa May is asking the European Union on 21. March to a Brexit-delay to 30. June. The heads of the remaining 27 EU countries have to agree to an extension but only unanimously.
EU delay: granted in The EU-27 and the British government agreed on Thursday evening on a double strategy of the Brexit. Thus, an unregulated EU-exit of the country on the 29. March prevented. The British Parliament should next week, the negotiated contract Exit still agree, it is a shift of the Brexit-date up to the 22. May give, say it in the present compromise text by late Thursday evening. That should not agree to the lower house, however, to an extension of up to 12. April.
May lose control: On the 25. In March, the Parliament forces a vote on Brexit Alternatives. The British Parliament will vote against the will of the government on Alternatives to the Brexit Treaty. A corresponding resolution was adopted late Monday night by a majority of 329 to 302 votes in the lower house. As options, among other things, a closer connection to the EU, a second Referendum or a withdrawal of the notice of resignation is to be acted. A vote for one of these variants would be legally not binding, but would give an indication of what it could be a majority in the Parliament.
Further resignations from Mays government: industry-Secretary of state, Richard Harrington, his resignation announced on Monday evening. In addition, the outside Secretary of state Alistair Burt, and health state Secretary Steve Brine to exit from the government of Prime Ministers, Theresa May.
Parliament says eight times, “no”: When the forced test vote (“indicative votes”) had been rejected by the Parliament in all possible Brexit Alternatives. (SDA)