Remainer PLOT to trigger ARTICLE 49 after Brexit A plot uncovered by The Newstatemn has revealed what remain voters are planning to do to get the UK back in the European Union A plan has been uncovered which will see Remainers play the long game and bide their time in the hopes that a post-Brexit trade deal will fall apart. Instead of trying to engineer a second vote now, the rebels plan on waiting until terms have been thrashed out, but have their hopes pinned on a dismal deal to sway voters back to the bosom of the EU. The New Statesman uncovered the plot, which sees Remainers pushing for a Soft Brexit so the UK does not completely sever ties with EU institutions, making it easier to come back into the fold. Remoaners will not act now, but instead, wait two years and then act. Triggering Article 49 allows countries to join the European Union. If such event does play out it will cause political turmoil and public outcry, unlike anything we have ever seen before. A Labour MP told the paper trying to engineer another vote now was “too risky”. The UK will leave the European Union in March 2019. I don’t know about you, but I cannot wait! Reports are coming through that Brexit talks will not start up again until Christmas, potentially increasing the chances of a no deal due to there not being enough time to settle everything between the UK and EU. Your Brexit regularly publishes the latest Brexit-related news and opinions from our own team of bloggers who are passionate about our exit from the European Union. We also cover political news stories from all over the world – the June 2016 referendum result has after all started a global chain of events that have changed the way that many people think about politics. Our purpose is to keep the Great British public informed about Brexit every step of the way, and you can also count on us to bring you the latest breaking news stories from around the world. Our readership is a fascinating mixture of young and old, all united in thinking that our proud nation has an incredibly bright future outside of the European Union.