May is essentially being forced to either reverse Article 50 or seal a 'soft Brexit' deal for Britain
- Some of the European Union's most prominent politicians are giving Prime Minister Theresa May the option to cancel Brexit.
- Politicians within May's Conservative party as well as former Prime Minister David Cameron are urging her to push for a "soft Brexit."
- Considering May's Conservative Party failed to win a majority on June 8, she is effectively forced to reverse Article 50 or soften her Brexit stance because of a lack of power in Parliament.
The door is always open as long as the negotiations on Brexit have not finished.
The general election killed 'hard Brexit' plans
I think there will be pressure for a softer Brexit. Over Brexit, she is going to have to talk more widely, listen to other parties.