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British lawmakers failed again on Monday to break through the brexit deadlock pushing the country's impending departure from the E. U. deeper into chaos the news have aids the news have a , means that the default legal position is that the U. K. will leave the E. U. , in just eleven days time that could be a nightmare scenario for a lot of international businesses or the %HESITATION the option that came closest to winning a majority on Monday was to keep with the customs union which was defeated by just three votes so what next there were hints on Monday from may's governments that she could trying to put her deal for what for a fourth time on to the leader of the opposition labor party is pushing for a third round of indicative votes the margin of defeat for one of the options tonight was very narrow in date if it's good enough for the prime minister to have three chances at her Dale , suggested possibly the house should have a job to consider again the all the options that we have before us today , on Wednesday to reason may is due to hold public meetings with senior ministers on Tuesday it's expected to take around five hours as they try to figure out the government's next move she's facing a spiraling crisis without policy deeply divided on what's not move should look like meanwhile the clock is ticking as things stand Britain will leave the E. U. ten PM on April twelfth