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Delayed Brexit, No Brexit, New Brexit: A Departure (or Not) in Several Scenarios

Dec 19, 2018 | 20:10 GMT
A Brexit opponent displays the Union Jack and the European Union flag outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Dec. 17, 2018.

A Brexit opponent displays the Union Jack and the European Union flag outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Dec. 17. British Prime Minister Theresa May is struggling to persuade the House of Commons to support the exit deal her government negotiated with the European Union. A rejection would increase the chances of a disorderly Brexit, but other courses of action are possible.

(TOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty Images)

The House of Commons is now scheduled to vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's agreement with the European Union in mid-January. A look at what might happen if Parliament says no....

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