Eli Ridder | Analysis

The best deal possible has been found for the British departure from the European Union, both the British prime minister and EU leaders have said, but will the withdrawal agreement be approved by London?

The Westminster parliament is conflicted, and even though Prime Minister Theresa May has a majority government, there is no guarantee that her deal with Brussels, the de facto capital of the EU, will pass through the House.

Ms. May has been through a lot to get the deal to the table, from calls for her to step down to faltering support from her own Conservative Party┬á— but she is determined to honour her commitment to get the job done.

Brexit Approved by EU: tinyurl.com/y7a3yme2

If the vote was held right now, it would be tight and may not pass in its current form but May has two weeks to get on the road to convince her citizens that this is indeed the best deal, and for many, sell Brexit itself.


Image of UK and EU flags from GBO.

Written by Eli Ridder

Eli Ridder is a journalism student at the University of Guelph-Humber and a senior correspondent for multiple independent publications including, but not limited to, The Anon Journal, Berning Media Network and the Ribbon. Find out more at eliridder.ca

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