Why Brexit is unlikely to succeed - Ranjeni Munusamy

Will Britain exit the European Union and will the referendum signed in 2016 finally come to fruition in 2019?

Associate editor at Tiso Black Star, Ranjeni Munusamy believes it is a complex process. There have been plenty of negotiations within Britain and the European Union (EU) to allow for the exit and the cut off date is 30 March 2019.

READ: 'There are rumours that almost whichever way Brexit goes it will be bad news'

On Tuesday, UK prime minister, Theresa May's Brexit deal goes to the House of Commons for a vote and it looks highly unlikely that the vote will succeed. The Brexit deal has caused major divisions in May's Conservative Party and Munusamy does not believe the deal will succeed.

This deal has caused major divisions in the Conservative Party, the people in her cabinet and in the House of Commons, are breaking rank rejecting the deal, so it looks highly unlikely that it will succeed.

Ranjeni Munusamy, Associate Editor at Tiso Black Star

In Brussels however, major preparation was done to ensure that the deal goes through smoothly and the other 27 members of the EU stay united.

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