Obscuring the modus operandi of the British departure from the European Union is a combined step taken by the British government and European authorities. Simultaneously, the British government, with its extensive gloomy propaganda against the Brexit, is in the hunt for reorganizing a referendum. In other words, the European authorities are trying to direct the public opinion about the Brexit. Repeating the Brexit referendum is a likely choice, a choice that was earlier denied by British authorities, including Theresa May, the Prime Minister of the country. Concerning the growing uncertainty about the British Prime Minister’s bid to conclude an agreement with the United Europe, the likelihood of holding a second referendum on Brexit has increased. There are key hindrances in the way of validating this agreement between Theresa May and European leaders, which has, in turn, strengthened this drift. The existence of legal intricacies in this agreement made its implementation tricky for both sides. For now, it is probable that the members of the parliament will vote in favor of Theresa May’s choice. While it appears that Theresa May is trying to persuade legislators to give a positive vote to this agreement, not only members of the Labor Party, but also some members of the Conservative Party are opposing it. The MPs argue that the Brexit is essentially contrary to the interests of the UK. Meanwhile, followers of the People’s Vote campaign think that the parliament’s negative vote will pave way for a new referendum on the Brexit. This issue is no way opposed to the demands of Theresa May and the Conservative Party, but it’s clandestinely supported by them. The negative propaganda of the Theresa May’s government against the Brexit since 2016 is known to everybody. After the British citizens voted to leave the European Union in 2016, the Labor and Conservative parties tried their best to change the general vote on this issue. The vigorous role played by people like former British Prime Minister Tony Blair can well signify the discontent among British authorities over the Brexit. Theresa May doesn’t want to violate the people’s vote in the 2016 referendum openly, so she tries to appear to be opposed to a new referendum, but she set the game in a way that it will ultimately help the UK remain as part of the European Union. Labor Party officials led by Jeremy Corbin have too agreed to vote again on the Brexit, and have officially backed this issue. Brexit appears to be an implied word in the Britain’s political equations. The fact that Britain’s two rival parties have come to an agreement on holding a new referendum has provided the ground for its eventual realization.
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