Pro-Brexit supporters on Parliament Square in the evening.
This meant being the first full week of Great Britain outside of the European Union. 19659005] But after almost three years of disagreement, division and political paralysis, the impasse over Brexit drowses.
This week is another most important thing in this process. With rumors of the upcoming general elections, the prospect of another meaningful vote and a number of indicative ballots in the House of Commons, in a few days everything can be much clearer. Again ̵
Legislators will have the first opportunity to discuss the way out of deepening the political crisis in the UK. Today they will hold a second round of votes hoping to unite on Brexit's plan, which can compete with Teresa May and force the pre-compromise.
a plan for a customs union and a second referendum – and although bulletins are not legally binding, single support will be difficult to ignore Downing Street.
Another round of indicative votes may take place on Wednesday, but reports suggest that Teresa May also plans to find time this week for another so-called meaningful vote on her Extinguishment Agreement . This divorce agreement was no longer in the community three times, in most cases 230, 149, and 58.
And in the event that there was not enough Westminster drama for one week, there were also rumors that May might be called insensitive general elections to break the deadlock. The last time she tried that in 2017 she broke out strikingly – since May lost the majority in parliament.