It was predictable, but this Tuesday, January 15, Theresa May had the confirmation: British MPs have clearly rejected the Brexit agreement with the European Union. The next day, the Prime Minister narrowly escaped the no-confidence vote against her by Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
At this point, some wish to postpone the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union. Others are talking about the possibility of calling a second referendum. Without excluding those who ask for a “hard Brexit”, which would harm the British economy.
Theresa May has until next Monday to present to Parliament a “Plan B” for Brexit. It is still necessary that Brussels agrees …
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