The chances of a Brexit on March 29 will be significantly reduced if MEPs vote against Theresa May's deal next month.
According to International Trade Secretary Liam Fox, who told the Sunday Times that "if we do not vote for the existing resignation agreement," the chances of leaving the European Union would be "50-50" 100% Security should be the May Brexit deal.
"You can be sure that if we vote for the prime minister's deal, we are 100% sure that we will leave on the 29th of March," said Fox.
"If we do not vote for it, I'm not sure if I would give more than 50-50, and for me that would give the impression that we betrayed the people who voted in the referendum."
There is no guarantee that British MPs will support the Brexit deal in its current format. Before Christmas, there were reports that more than 1
If the Brexit deal was not supported, "it would make us feel that we had betrayed the people who voted in the referendum," Fox said.
"As far as I am concerned, as an elected representative of the British people, I have received an order, and it is my democratic duty to do so."
"We have received a clear-cut statement. It is time for parliamentarians to leave behind their own pride and act with the spirit of humility and deliver what people have been promised.
Liberal Democrat Layla Moran, one of the leading supporters of the "Best for Britain" campaign for a referendum "Fox's 50-50 calculations are a bit wrong," Liam Fox said. "Brexit does not happen is not 50-50, "she said, according to ITV.
" It's actually 56-44. So the public is now busy stopping this poorly managed disaster and strengthening ourselves within the EU.
"The only thing that shakes the trust between voters and parliament is the refusal of ministers like Liam Fox to give people the last word on Brexit."