The British Parliament was scheduled to hold a vote on the Euro-withdrawal agreement on the evening of November 11. But after a three-day debate, British Prime Minister Teresa May issued a statement acknowledging that the vast majority of parliamentarians did not support the current text of the agreement and decided to postpone the vote. It also triggered a vote of no confidence in her by Conservative MPs.
After surviving the forced palace crisis, Teresa May flew to Brussels to try to modify the controversial parts of the EUs exit agreement, but the EU side expressed its unwillingness to restart the negotiations.
Teresa May said on January 17 that the vote would be held in the week of January 14, 2019. But the exact date is unknown.
The spokesman said: Yes, we will withdraw from the EU on March 29, 2019. Teresa May is preparing for a no-agreement exit from Europe, but the government is still working on an agreement.
In addition, he said the government would then announce an additional 2 billion to deal with a non-agreed exit from Europe.