Brexit Defeat Britain’s PM Theresa May may resign.
The British Parliament has denied the majority deal with the Brexit deal. Under the Brexit deal, Britain is planning to separate Britain from the European Union. 432 British MPs dismissed this bill in British Prime Minister Theresa May. However, 202 MPs have also supported the bill. After the deal was dismissed, the UK's plan to separate from the European Union was in jeopardy. At the same time, Mrs. Theresa may have to give up resignation.
It is worth noting that in the vote of this bill, several MPs of the Prime Minister's Office opposed it. 118 of the Conservative Party voted against this bill in collaboration with the opposition camp. Although three MPs of opposition Labour Party supported the deal. It is being said that this is the biggest defeat for any existing government on any bill or draft. After the defeat of the Prime Minister's plan, the opposition Labour Party has proposed an unbelief vote against the government.
The motion of no confidence against TheresaAfter this historic defeat of the British Prime Minister, the opposition Labour Party has proposed an unbelief vote against the government. Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbin said that since the Prime Minister's dismissal deal is clear, the government has lost the faith of the House. Earlier, Corbin had said that Prime Minister Theresa has been completely unsuccessful in removing the concerns of MPs and if she loses in the poll, she should make an election. Although the parties supporting the government of several MPs have clarified that they have opposed this agreement, not the prime minister.
In the meantime, Theresa said that if they gain confidence vote, they will present a second draft on Monday in Parliament. If she fails to gain the confidence of the House, she or anyone else will get an opportunity to get the confidence of the House within 14 days. But if there is no government, then the general elections will be announced in the UK.
Voting has been postponed before
Before the voting of PM, Teresa was afraid of losing her confidence vote, and she had already
cast ballot once. She was repeatedly appealing to parliamentarians to vote in favor. After the negotiation
process lasted for nearly 18 months, in November, the agreement with the EU was agreed on the deal.
In December, the House of Commons had to vote for the agreement, but it was postponed
because of fear of defeat.
Brexit Defeat: What may going happen now?
The date of March 29 has been fixed for separation from Brexit. Just two months left in it. In the absence of the resolution in the British Parliament, Britain's plan for leaving the European Union can be in the cold. Or, time can be demanded the breakage. At the same time, the public can also go to the public again for a referendum on Brejgit. If nothing like this happens on March 29, 2019, Britain will be separated from the EU without any agreement.