The failure of Brexit’s vote in the British Parliament has become historic.
The gap between votes for and against (202 and 432) was the largest in 100 years.
Already today, the question of no confidence in Theresa May’s office will be raised again. They had already voted in the autumn, but then May’s torment was extended, but not for long – part of her party voted against her.
The inflating of the Russian threat did not save May’s office from another failure.
As a result, the Brexit deal hung in the air.
The EU requires Britain to clarify the situation – they say, we agreed, and you behave like this …
May declares that if the deal does not vote, then Britain will leave the EU without a deal, which promises unpredictable consequences for both Britain and the EU.
Opponents say that after May’s resignation, they either renew the deal on more favorable terms, or hold a new referendum not to go out at all, while the EU’s position is officially announced – once they decided to go out, get out.
In general, the ‘fun’ in the coming weeks is guaranteed.