9 April 2019
Britons are anxiously awaiting the next chapter in the Brexit saga, with the country's exit date from the European Union now set for April 12. British Prime Minister Theresa May met with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on Sunday, seeking a cross-party pact that would see Members of Parliament agree to a deal in the legislature.
The UK Parliament has already rejected May's Brexit deal with the EU three times since January. A local resident named Tom was taking his two young sons on a tour to understand their country's political institutions. Tom believes May is right to reach out to the opposition in a bid to thrash out a deal. May will travel to Berlin and Paris on Tuesday. She will hold talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron in a push to delay the Brexit date, which has already been extended from March 29 to April 12. If the EU rejects May's proposal for a second extension to June 30, Britain will face a no-deal Brexit on April 12.