Yes, we know it. The Brexit is chaos. If you have taken a look at the latest headlines, you will have read that in order to approve the orderly departure from the United Kingdom, the British Parliament has to approve the agreement that it has not wanted to approve twice. Yes, that is, everything is about approving or not approving.
Some say one thing, others say another… But what exactly happens?
To go back to the origins of this chaos we recommend that you see it in our story version, but to understand the immediate steps, it is enough that you keep three keys:
1.- Whatever happens, there will be no Brexit next March 29. Neither hard, nor soft, nor agreed. Nothing at all.
2.- In the coming days the British Parliament will have to vote (again) the exit agreement reached between the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, and the EU. Here two options open:
2.2.- If they approve, the United Kingdom gets an extension until May 22 and is “free” to go to the European elections.
2.3.- If they do not approve, drama. They get an extension until April 12 and then they will have to decide to leave that same day abruptly or if they request a longer extension and that entails going to the European elections.