BIG WEEK FOR BREXIT
ON Tuesday (4 December), the prime minister kicked off an epic five days of Brexit discussions in Parliament.
After two years of painful negotiations with the EU, Theresa May now has the very tricky task of persuading MPs that her Brexit deal will be good for the UK. The PM says that her deal “takes back control of our borders, laws and money”, but many MPs (even in her own party) disagree.
The problem is a lot of people think that leaving without a deal will be worse. Many remain voters are still asking for a second referendum on Brexit, but the Labour Party is said to be hoping that the Government will collapse, leading to a general election.
Remain supporters protest outside the Houses of Parliament