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>> It looks good?>> In this London pizzeria, tensions are heating up
ound Brexit. With two months until the UK is mentally VEU, there's still no approved plan as to how that divorce will take shape. Apollo Pizzeria owner, Oliver Kenny fears he won't be able to make staple dishes like a margarita if his supply chains are disrupted by a hard or no deal Brexit.
And he's offering his customers 25% off if they email their local lawmaker to ask for a second referendum.>> I buy a lot of fresh cheese from Italy. I can't stay in a
with plan at the moment.>> Kenny's not alone in his concerns. Business leaders have warned of catastrophic job losses and chaos at UK ports in the event of one potential Brexit outcome. Leaving the EU without a deal. But momentum is now gathering behind a plan to-
So I'm
>> Take no deal off the table.>> Off the table>> Rule out a no deal.>> Lawmakers this week are proposing alternatives to Theresa May's so-called next steps. Those are the measures she'll take after her Brexit deal with the EU was overwhelmingly rejected by Parliament.>> And the decision remains the same, no deal, a deal, or no Brexit.
>> On Wednesday, the opposition Labour Party said it was highly likely it would throw its parliamentary wight behind one of the proposals. That amendment would give Theresa May until February the 26th to get a deal approved by parliament or face a vote in the House of Commons on delaying Brexit rather than crashing out of the EU in March.
Other amendments put forward include exploring a permanent customs union with the EU or holding a second referendum. But on Wednesday, the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier warned that no deal is the default scenario if a deal cannot be agreed. Whatever way you slice it, many fear that would be disastrous for businesses like Apollo Pizzeria and the wider British economy.