Tonight the House of Commons voted on the Government’s Latest Plan to leave as follows:
To simplify the matter this is equivalent to the House of Commons going
To the Government of the day.
However this is not a simple
Because some folk voted Because they wished the UK to leave the EU without any deal
While others voted Because they wished for the UK to stay with the EU
And others voted Because they wanted to leave with different sort of deal.
There were probably some who votedBecause they don’t like the Prime Minister
What happens next you ask?Well, may you ask
The first thing is that the Leader of H.M .Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn (respectful photograph, lest I get accused of being a fascist by devoted followers of the man)
Has tabled a motion of No Confidence in the Prime Minister
This means MPs vote on whether to go
At the Prime Minister herself and not just the Brexit deal.
If enough MPs go
She will have to resign and there might be a General Election (As both main political parties are split between Remain and Leave, the election campaign would be shall we say
If a lot of MPs who went
at the deal tonight decide not to go
at the Prime Minister
Then the government sort of survives and the whole business of deals and part deals, or whole deals of mini-deals continues, or starts up again
Or not, as the case may be
I trust I have clarified the position for you