THE British Embassy in Spain has announced it will hold a Facebook live Q and A about Brexit next week.
On January 31 at 16:00 Brits will be able to put questions to British Ambassador to Spain Simon Manley and Consul General Sarah-Jane Morris.
The Embassy encourages the public to send questions before the event, which can be submitted on its Facebook page here.
The Q and A will take place on the page here, where questions are already flooding in.
“Our team will answer the questions as soon as they can and some will be answered during the event,” said the Embassy in a statement.
The online event has been organised in a bid to calm public fear over the UK’s departure from the European Union, scheduled to occur on March 29.
Meanwhile British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned MPs that an extension of Article 50 will not solve the problem of Brexit.
There is currently an impasse in Parliament as May faces down cross-party plans by MPs to seize power and avoid a no-deal exit from the EU.
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