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yeah they're just twenty nine days to go until Britain is due to leave the European Union on parliament still hasn't approved a deal , but's prime minister to reason may does have another chance to get her with drool agreement signed off and a meaningful leads to be held by March twelfth if successful that six person will officially brexit on March twenty ninth , which is guy folk Umbridge explains what will happen if I deal is rejected again so if Mays deal is defeated she's gonna give lawmakers the chance to vote on going for no deal I know the deal that many lawmakers think would be catastrophic for the British economy the world's fifth largest and I've always said no deal is better than a bad deal if they say they're not going to go for no do then it goes to a vote on whether to delay breaks it probably by about three months to the end of June and it's not time to reason may wants to trying to get a deal done bring revise deal back and have another vote on it , all within the chaos lawmakers decide that actually they count decided they have to throw it back to the people and have another referendum those the options in front of the world's fifth largest economy right now