How the British Prepare for Brexit


UK residents seize panic. The British are massively stocking drugs, food and seeds, preparing for traffic jams in ports and on the highway and empty shelves in stores.

May fails with fictitious Brexit


The European Union cannot meet Britain and agree to a fictitious Brexit, allowing it to preserve the old advantages and get new ones so as not to create a dangerous precedent.

Teresa May rushes between London and Brussels


EU member states refused to revise the Brexit agreement reached in mid-November. In January, the British Parliament will hold a second vote on the agreement, but Theresa May will hardly be able to convince British lawmakers