Brexit Day is less than three months away and never during the process has the UK’s fumbling attempt to organize an ‘orderly’ exit from the trade block looked more fraught with conflict and chaos. After returning from their holiday break this week, MPs promptly rebelled against the government, passing a series of amendments over objections from the government that will make it extremely difficult to run down the clock to force MPs to either hold their noses and accept the deal she negotiated with the EU, or risk the pandemonium that could follow a ‘no deal’ Brexit.
With circumstances finally starting to shift this week following months of deadlock, murmurs about the possibility of delaying Brexit Day have grown ever-louder.
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