Jane Merrick is a British political journalist and former political editor of the Independent on Sunday newspaper. The opinions expressed in this commentary are hers. (CNN)From the moment she took over as Prime Minister more than two years ago, Theresa May must have known this day would come. May has presented her party with a plan for Brexit agreed on by both the UK and Brussels — and, one by one, her ministers and members of Parliament are rejecting it. The future of both the Prime Minister and the country depends on what happens in the next 24 hours. Brexit basics: Key points from the draft deal British politics is now no longer only divided between people who want to remain in the EU and those who want to leave. There is now a battle between those who want the draft deal to go ahead in the national interest, led by the Prime Minister, and those who want Britain to leave the EU at any cost. Whoever wins that battle will decide the outcome of Brexit. On Wednesday evening, May had seemed confident enough to walk out of the door of 10 Downing Street to declare that her Cabinet had… Read full this story
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