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A British Union flag, also known as Union Jack, floats in front of the Houses of Parliament in London (United Kingdom) on Tuesday, January 22nd, alongside the flag of the European Union, during an ongoing protest action against Pro and Anti-Brexit Union (EU). 2019.
This week will be crucial for Brexit as Prime Minister Theresa May outlines how she intends to push the exit process after her initial withdrawal agreement with the European Union has been defeated.
"Boredom of Brexit" (or "Bobs") has now become with members of the "one thing" public, various politicians (including the prime minister) and least of all the EU, which urges the UK to "just keep going" – as if there were a single decent result for the characters, relationships, and events within the Brexit plot.  Brexit proved to be a largely blank, improvised, untidy drama without predictable conclusion before March 29th.
Britain now faces either a withdrawal that does not satisfy Remainer or Leaver, a belated departure (I'm sure the public would like to spend more months quarreling over Brexit, another vote on departure, or one Parliamentary election where the only effect is that of the government.
It may take a few years, but Brexit has just become interesting.