>> The Brexit Bill is back in the UK's lower house of parliament but maybe not for long.>> So the contents have it.>> All though the upper house wants changes including a parliamentary vote on any deal and are being urged by the government to reject them. Brexit will happen, we're told, not matter what.
>> What we can't have is either house of parliament reversing the decision of the British people.>> If that's the case, article 50 could be triggered as soon as Tuesday beginning two years of talks, but what if is no deal after that? According to the parliament committee, it's a very real possibility.
Saying it would be a serious dereliction of duty if the government fail to prepare as such. It warns of a destructive outcome, a gap in regulations, the rights of UK citizens in Europe thrown into chaos and a sudden return of a customs border in Ireland. Apparently though, there is a plan B.
>> Well, understand, it's a contingency plan. The aim is to get a good outcome and we are confident, I'm confident I'll get a good outcome. And one of the reason we don't talk about contingency plan too much, we don't want people to think, this is what we're trying to do.
>> But they may, of course, not have a choice. Britain's plan A at the moment isn't the same as the EU's.