The Referendum in June 2016 in which 52% of the Electors voted for BREXIT (Britain should leave the EU), was a free decision for each voter, without any interference by political parties.
The Prime Minister, Theresa May has led discussions with the EU to determine the exact conditions and cost for Britain to leave the EU. British MPs have the right and duty, to authorise or not, all the final Final BREXIT leaving conditions agreed with the EU.
However, political infighting has revealed that on every occasion possible, the Socialist opposition in Parliament is now attacking the Prime Minister and the very small majority of her Government.
Added to this are also reports of MPs who have changed sides since the Referendum and would now prefer Britain to remain in the EU !
The real problem now is "Could Theresa May ever get a satisfactory Vote of Confidence" in the House of Commons ?
Would the best solution not be a second Referendum which would permit ELECTORS to decide - for BREXIT or to Stay in the EU ?