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getting the deal through next it's official Britain has a two week brexit reprieve instead of it crashing out to the E. U. next Friday without to deal European leaders moved the cliff edge to April the twelfth framing it as a last chance for Theresa may to win parliament support for her brexit deal the odds are stacked against the British prime minister would %HESITATION she has already suffered two crushing defeats I need seventy five lawmakers to change their minds , it's not Britain will have until the new departure dates to offer up an alternative plan or to decide to brexit without two treaty what this means in practice is that under that dates , all options will remain open , and to the cliff edge dates will be delayed , no make his do rally behind may steal someone leave on may twenty second giving it a couple more months to sort out the logistics that's the day before yes another key date the European Union elections and Brussels now says the U. K. will have to take part if it hasn't left by then I don't believe it's right to be in a situation of holding European parliamentary elections three is on from people having very easy to leave the U. if lawmakers vote down the deal again next week they'll get the chance to suggest ways forward and focus on them parliament could vote to take control of brexit and it could then forces choices on the government so for all the last minute maneuvering the crystal bowl still cloudy three broad brexit choices remain even with the deal leaving without one or agreeing let's call the whole thing off