The SNP MPs lately has started putting pressure on the UK government at Westminster to reveal the plan for Brexit.
According to SNP’s Europe spokesman at Westminster, Stephen Gethins, the party may ask the speaker of the Commons to grant an urgent question on Brexit when the members of parliament return on September 5 if the government explains the deal to seek Brexit.
If Speaker of the Sommons grant such request, Brexit secretary David Davis need to answer questions thrown by the MPs.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said last week even after eight weeks since the EU referendum very little clarity has been learned from the government.
Sturgeon also added the party may call for a second referendum on Scottish independence.
Briefing to the Scotland on Sunday media he said sixty days have been passed after the referendum and the MPs are yet to know what is the plan lying for Brexit.
Earlier, after becoming prime minister, Theresa May said Brexit means Brexit.
Amid all these it is also being speculated the formal exit proceedings from European Union (EU) could be pushed back to 2017 as there are elections in Germany and France in between.
Lately the Department for Exiting the European Union spokesperson said the new Cabinet Committee on Brexit has already met and it has started working on the way to prepare for the negotiations.