The Brexit journey kicked off in 2016 when 52% of people voted in a referendum to leave the European Union.
The debate on Brexit divided the UK, with some fighting to stay in the EU and others pushing for the UK’s exit.
The controversial debate on Brexit eventually led to the resignation of former Prime Minister David Cameron. For two and a half years, the debate about how Britain will exit the EU has been followed by chaos and resignations.
On November 14, Theresa May presented an EU exit plan to the cabinet. While she received backing from senior ministers, the proposal was rejected by the opposition and members of her party.
On Thursday, two ministers resigned stating their disapproval of the proposal.
Over 40 years after joining the EU, the UK has a draft agreement on the table that will need the approval of parliament. The Brexit deal is expected to be finalised at the EU Summit on November 25.
Britain’s exit from the EU is not as simple as Brexiteers would have wanted. The conditions of the deal are rather binding in terms keeping old commitments.