Pro-Brexit supporters at Parliament's place Friday.
This was supposed to be Britain's first full week outside the EU. 19659005] But after nearly three years of infighting, division and political paralysis, the death limit over Brexit kills.
This week is another important process in the process. With rumors of a threatening general election, the prospect of yet another meaningful vote and a series of guiding ballots in the House of Commons might be much clearer in a few days. Then again ̵
Lawmakers get the first opportunity to negotiate a way out of Britain's deeper political crisis. Today, they hold another round of guiding voices hoping to rally behind a Brexit plan that could compete with Theresa May & # 39; s and force PM into a compromise.
Elections that MEPs could vote on are likely to include a customs union plan and another referendum – and while polls are not legally binding, an overall show of support would be difficult for Downing Street to ignore.
Another round of guiding voices could take place on Wednesday, but reports suggest that Theresa May is also planning to find time this week for yet another so-called meaningful vote on her withdrawal agreement . This divorce agreement has already failed in the Commons three times, with majorities of 230, 149 and 58.
And if it wasn't enough Westminster drama for a week, rumors are too that May might call a moment general election to break the death. The last time she tried it, in 2017, it was completely relegated spectacularly – perhaps losing its majority in parliament.