Brexit has become a HUGE problem.It's going to be legally sceduled on 29th March 2019, and now Theresa May is trying to pull a third vote on the Brexit deal. But there's one thing that really confuses me: why aren't people in different countries(outside the EU) able to vote? I mean, I know it's supposed to be about the EU, but the Brexit deal will have a big impact on the UK, so I think that the government should hear what everyone should say. Also, it's unfair on the people who can't get out of their country to the UK. For example, a person from a poor country wants to go to Britain to vote about Brexit, but doesn't have the money to book a flight. And for the people who say "It's only for the UK, it doesn't change anything if a person in a different country votes." it makes me think: "That's a bit unfair." and it makes people unhappy too!