what is brexit ? what is all this talk about brexit? why is it such a big deal?
brexit. on thursday the 23 of june 2016 britian voted for britan to exit or stay into the european union.
the vote was 48% to 52% to leave .
brexit is so much of a deal because of political, economic and social repucussions.
Prime Minister Theresa May is talking to the EU in an attempt to get some changes to her Brexit deal.
This comes after MPs put forward some suggestions to try to change the direction of Brexit.
It means Mrs May is now focused on sorting out a row over Irish border arrangements.
The problem? The EU says it has already negotiated a deal.
Mrs May has said MPs will be able to have a second vote on a Brexit deal by 12 March.
If MPs reject her deal again, they will be asked to vote on whether they would like to leave the EU without a deal instead (they are expected to say no to this).
If they do say no, Mrs May will ask MPs to vote on whether the leaving date of the 29 March should be pushed back.
Mrs May has said the latest it would go to is the end of June and that would "almost certainly" be a one-off