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Britain is on a cliff edge and breaks it's his face a stark choice , a delay that could jeopardize leaving the European Union , the prime minister is put into the vote again next week , two and a half years of talks is the only show in town and it has to approve a postponement which would be to the end of June if the deal is passed next week if not probably longer to find a way out of the brexit lafrance , a deeply divided for to will have to persuade the E. U. that it has a better plan than months more bickering it's %HESITATION grist to the mill for brexit deponent yeah I think the remain calm thing there is now a possibility that we could end up with a second referendum parliament is unable to agree anyway for the not means that eventually they think that we may end up having to go back to the public rebels concerns about the deal revolve around the so called backstop to prevent Irish border checks they say it will keep Britain within the use Orbitz