The new Brexit

To outline the new stage of Brexit talks between May and the EU leader, and discuss the matter with the British public to view their level of awareness and opinions.

The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has got a problem. It is called Brexit. She is under pressure from European Union leaders to compromise to prevent a collapse in Brexit talks and a no deal’ departure from the world's largest trading bloc.

Despite ongoing talks, which have now lasted over two years, British and EU officials continue to hold each other responsible for delays and problems in finding a lasting solution to the Brexit arrangements. And more than once these talks have looked close to collapse.

So far, Mrs. May has failed to convince European Union negotiators about the terms of the divorce agreement. Even though the British Prime Minister herself says she is optimistic a deal will be done, EU leaders, commentators and many others now say that it is Britain that should back down on some of its demands. French President Emmanuel Macron even said it was up to London to settle political differences at home.

As part of the opposition to the Brexit agenda, a large demonstration took place in central London to demand an end to Brexit. They wanted another referendum, or even a simple end to the whole Brexit agenda.

Others are claiming the public should have a right to a final say on the deal that will be negotiated between Prime Minister Theresa May and the EU in the upcoming weeks assuming she can secure a deal at all.

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