Brexit brought UK Prime Minister Teresa May to power, and it was ultimately the issue that forced her out.

Debate on Britain's departure from the European Union exposed deep divisions in the country.

May faced intense pressure to step down, after parliament repeatedly rejected her withdrawal deal with the EU.

She will resign as party head on June 7, and her governing Conservative Party is now looking for a new leader. But can her successor unite parliament and the United Kingdom?

And what will a change of UK leadership mean for Brexit?

Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra


Mark Garnett - senior lecturer in politics at Lancaster University

Jonathan Lis - deputy director at British Influence, a pro-European think-tank

Matthew Goodwin - professor of politics and international relations at the University of Kent

Source: Al Jazeera News