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which is eight hundred year old parliament is creaking under the colossal decision it has to make this week how and when to brexit it's less than three weeks until the U. K. supposed to leave until that's guaranteed is the pomp and pageantry , a reference to a nation split over the merits of E. U. membership but the speaker announcing a vote lawmakers %HESITATION and peace choose a corridor to shuffle them this one's for the nose and there's another for the ice as timeless count them it takes about fifteen minutes , longer than that and the sergeant at arms will be along with his ceremonial sword to investigate , that's him with the five foot long mace that marks the start to the day's proceedings , %HESITATION step Tuesday prime minister to resume puts have revised deal before parliament after historic defeat in touch back to the drawing board , if that vote fails to hold another asking lawmakers if they'd like to leave without any kind of deal an abrupt divorce that could shake the world's fifth largest economy if that said no they'll be a third ballots on Thursday this time it'll be I %HESITATION note to delaying brexit and I could open the door to reversing the whole face many remain is now wants another referendum a so called people's vote brexit to say though we had a people's vote when Britain's buy to to leave in twenty sixteen , referendum should cities villages even families and parliament to the crumbling exterior of the palace of Westminster echoing the erosion within its walls of a century of right versus left party politics so two years on you might think that be a plan , what made has no majority in parliament and relies on uneasy bedfellows who hated her brexit planned so far she's been buying time but now it's running out and this week's results will be anybody's guess