The sound defeat the British Parliament dealt to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal yesterday was just another aside of an uncertain United Kingdom (UK) ahead of its looming departure from the European Union (EU), slated for March 29, 2019.
Moreover, May's just narrow-win of a "no confidence" vote, 325-306 before the said Parliament, adds to the number of asides the UK will continue to endure leading up to the reality of Brexit.
The British debacle concerning Brexit is plagued by the surprise within the British electorate itself that it voted to leave the EU, even though many Brits apparently, didn't want to leave and many, who thought they wanted to leave, had no clue as to the real consequences of a Brexit.
May's defeat of the no confidence vote simply averts an immediate general election but it does little to solve the mode of the UK's exit from the EU. It appears that Brits are unwilling to own up to the fact that a second Brexit referendum might be needed to affirm or to deny the determination of most Brits.
The coming weeks will bring more obvious asides for the UK as the reality of Brexit draws neigh.