May returns to Parliament to explain Plan B
If the Brexit were to be blocked, there will be a political tsunami. “British International Trade Minister Liam Fox supports this in an editorial on the Sunday Telegraph.” The failure to achieve Brexit will create a chasm between Parliament and people, a schism in our political system with unpredictable consequences,” he stressed.
After the rejection of her divorce plan from Brussels, Prime Minister Theresa May returns to Parliament to explain in what fashion she intends to change the agreement. From what has been leaked in the last hours on the British media, there will be no radical changes and therefore the risk that the plan is again rejected is very high.