British Parliament has supported Brexit
The British Parliament voted for the country's withdrawal from the EU, which was voted by 52% of British last year. In order for starting a two-year process of Brexit implementation by the Prime Minister Theresa May, she just need to get a symbolic approval of Queen Elizabeth II, which is scheduled for Tuesday.
The details about the UK government’s strategy after the exit from the EU are still unknown. However, among the targets of Theresa May there are increased monitoring over immigration, the preservation of cooperation with the EU in the security and free trade fields.
The Brexit bill was adopted without taking into account the amendments proposed by the House of Lords, which provided the guarantee of the rights of EU citizens who will continue to live in the UK after its release from the block. This fact caused protests in Edinburgh, and the Scottish government has announced its intention to hold a second referendum on independence.