COMMUTERS GET DOWN TO BASICS
voted to leave the EU.
Mrs May said the vote in the House of Commons was the “biggest and most important decision that any MP of our generation will be asked to make”.
The Prime Minister said failing to deliver on the referendum would be “a catastrophic and unforgivable breach of trust in our democracy’’.
MPs on all sides of the debate were furiously negotiating for support for their preferred outcome.
Brexiteers continued to push for a “no-deal’’ departure — which would see Britain crash out of the EU at midnight on March 29 with no agreements with Brussels. HUNDREDS of people have stripped off their trousers to take a half-naked trip on the London Underground.
Crowds met outside the National Gallery in the city’s Trafalgar Square for the 10th annual No Trousers Tube Ride before heading underground where they boarded trains on different Tube lines across the capital.
More than 100 people piled on to the Piccadilly Line, where they struggled to remove their trousers due to the large crowds.
Regular Sunday passengers were left bewildered as men and women sat in their brightly-coloured underwear talking or reading, or taking pictures of each other.
After changing to the Jubi- lee Line at Green Park, the group got off at Canary Wharf to do some aerobics on the platform before jumping on another train.
The event is part of the worldwide No Pants Subway Ride, which began in New York in 2002 and has since spread to over 60 cities around the globe including Tokyo, Jerusalem and Moscow.