Today Prime Minister May suffered a defeat by a historic margin on a Parliamentary vote to try to approve the Brexit Plan that she has spent over 2 years trying to negotiate with the remaining EU members.
There is a high level of uncertainty as to what will happen next. The Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn is himself a Euroskeptic but his Labour party's MPs and indeed activists are mostly Europhile, but who in turn represent constituents who are probably predominantly Eur deal from the E27oskeptic. He has de facto been forced into Tabling a No Confidence Motion which almost noone thinks he will win (probably including Corbyn himself). If he were to win such a vote the ruling Tory Party would need to either find a Leader who could command majority support in the House or calla General Election. If this were to happen Article 50 would almost certainly have to be either put on hold (with the Ascent of the remaining E27) or rescinded which could probably be done unilaterally. The more likely scenario is that the Tory's including Euroskeptics and the Democratic Unionists from Northern Ireland on whom Mrs May relies for support will rally around to defeat the General Election which noone really wants anyhow. Most likely even the Labour Party who may feel more comfortable in Opposition that potentially picking up the poison chalice of actually having to steer the country through the mess. Is she survives the No Confidence , May is likely to return to Brussels to try to extract a more palatable E27. Everyone expects them to give little or no concessions and thus any Plan B is also unlikely to get through Parliament.
It is unclear what will happen next. The Scottish Nationalist, Liberal Democrats and many in the Labour and Conservative party believe that a second Referendum is the only clear way forward. Currently the official position of both May and Corbyn is to be against this but this may well change as things play out.
What do you think will/should happen?