The UK stands at the brink this week – with just days left before our scheduled departure date of 29 March, we still don’t know if we will be in or out of the EU.
Brexit has caused unprecedented political paralysis and crisis, with competing contenders for the way forward – but no consensus.
There are several options still in play. These are: accepting Theresa May’s deal which was brokered with the EU but which has twice been resoundingly rejected by MPs at Westminster, exiting the EU with no deal at all, exiting but
remaining in a customs union and the single market, as proposed by Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party, revoking Article 50 and cancelling Brexit, putting the issue to a so-called People’s Vote to let citizens decide the way forward, or
holding a general election in order to try to break the political impasse.
Which of these options would you favour?
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Brexit: what should happen now?
- Brexit on Theresa May’s deal
- Brexit with no deal
- Brexit with Customs Union
- No Brexit – revoke article 50
- People’s Vote
- General election