British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal was soundly defeated, 432-202, before Parliament a couple of minutes ago, thus setting up a probable messy United Kingdom (UK) leave from the European Union (EU) on March 29, 2019.
May's Brexit deal, which was approved by the EU, failed to garner any respectable support from the British Parliament. As a result, a larger uncertainty now exits per the UK's leave from the EU. Moreover, a larger uncertainty looms over whether or not May might be able to stay on as Prime Minister. Labour and Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for a debate in Parliament tomorrow over no confidence in May's government.
The predicament of the UK could spell new elections, a new leader, a new Brexit referendum or a no-deal Brexit. The British Parliament and its people will make the final determination in the next couple of days.