Having rescued the Brexit negotiations, May also runs the risk of encountering differences with her top ministers or cabinet members on Britain’s situation after it leaves the bloc.
Until now, EU rules allowed only for sanctions on individuals and companies targeted by the UN. EU governments could act individually.
EU leaders met to discuss a six-month post-Brexit ‘road map’ to restore public acceptance; however, leaving many leaders dissatisfied.
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has indicated that a second referendum for Scottish independence is likely.
A look at the the specifics of the withdrawal process, when it is likely to begin, and whether this vote to leave is really final and binding.