Il governo britannico nel caos

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/nov/15/dominic-raab-quits-as-brexit-secretary-over-eu-withdrawal-deal

https://www.repubblica.it/esteri/2018/11/15/news/brexit_si_dimette_il_viceministro_per_l_irlanda_del_nord-211692492/?ref=RHPPLF-BL-I0-C8-P1-S1.8-T1

With cabinet ministers resigning over a ‘flawed’ Brexit agreement and the threat of a vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May, Brexit, which yesterday seemed to be within reach, is becoming an ever more distant and impossible task. How do you think the difficulties in obtaining an agreement, not only with other European countries but within the conservative party itself, could be overcome? Will they be overcome? If not, what should be the next steps? A second referendum? A new leader? I would also be interested to see how Brexit is discussed and considered oversees. The Italian article seems to use some very dramatic language to describe the future of the United Kingdom:
“governo britannico è letteralmente nel caos”
“[…] mettono a serio rischio il futuro politico di Theresa May e di tutto il Regno Unito”

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