Actually, would have to vote under the house in the morning about the Brexit Deal. But the Prime Minister May has postponed the vote, because they would not get a majority. Now she wants to act in the Brussels post.
"If we are progressing as planned, would be to reject the agreement by a large majority. We will, therefore, be the morning not to vote on it." With these words, the Prime Minister appealed to the house of Commons.
It was not easy. Theresa May would be gone in a crushing defeat. The Opposition had voted against the resignation agreement. The DUP, party of Northern Irish Protestants, the conservative minority government gives the rule for the majority, had rejected the EU agreement negotiated.