A handful of UK lawmakers have been instrumental in pushing EU legislation, but could be gone by the time it gets voted on.
Think of it like having several key members of your symphony orchestra leave a few weeks before the big concert.
There’s no time to replace the players so some important harmonies will be missing from the performance.
Something akin to that will happen on March 29 next year at the European Parliament when 73 British MEPs leave the institution to pursue a new life — an immediate consequence of Brexit.
If things go according to the current plan, Britain will enter its…