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since parliament has rejected question out to the E. U. without to deal at any time but it was non binding and doesn't mean it can't happen , off to prime minister to resume mace proposed deal with the E. U. was crushed in parliament on Tuesday launching Britain into uncharted waters this just two weeks before its due to the blood , unless something else isn't the onus is now on every one of us in this house to find out what ninety now lawmakers will decide whether to delay brexit that Thursday's vote in this week's parliamentary marathon if yes Britain will seek an extension to the negotiation period article fifty but the key you will have to agree and it's brexit negotiate is already asking what time full walked what faith may will have to explain to Brussels how a few more months would do anything more than prolong the agony if this deeply divided country despite this week's drama brexit bets remain all right , possible outcomes including a delay last minute passing of may steal a accidental no deal brexit or another referendum investors via no deal brexit would plunge the world's fifth largest economy into turmoil so Wednesday's vote was expected but what post was an amendment much tougher than the government's original proposal Brussels says mace treaty which took two and a half years to negotiate is still the only one on the table but in person it is found few friends still no one's rooting out may returning the deal to parliament hoping the specter of all out chaos might rally rattled lawmakers and perhaps even break city is who increasingly fair the brexit is sliding out of reach