The UK snap polls results have been undoubtedly influenced by the Brexit. Youth and voters against Brexit who possibly did not care to vote in the referendum last year avenged their defeat.
UK will go ahead with its exit from the EU as both the Labor and Conservatives promised this and they represent 80% of the vote share. However, it would now be a very diverse Brexit, much mellower than what Theresa May originally planned prior to the poll results.
Both memberships of the EU customs union and the single market have now returned to the Brexit agenda. Theresa May had ruled out having them part of the exit talks and attempted to sideline the Parliament on these issues. However now with her erased majority in the House of Commons, the House of Lords will now block her tough exit agenda and insist for the inclusion of both the aspects and Tory manifesto is difficult to be implemented now.
UK Parliament will now play a very crucial role in the exit talks with the EU owing to the diminished majority of the Tories. Tory MPs favoring soft Brexit will now be a rallying point for this agenda uniting MPs cutting across party lines. Theresa May’s tough Brexit now faces rejection from the UK parliament as Tories may cobble up working majority for the coalition government to lead Brexit talks but the Parliament will not endorse her original plans for Brexit, as quoted by the Times of India.
The already complicated EU exit for the UK has now become even trickier, irrespective of the final shape that the leadership now arrives for the exit strategy. The countdown for May 2019 deadline has begun and is likely to be extended if approved by the 27 member nation EU bloc.
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