A man holds an anti-Brexit banner on Westminster Bridge, in central London, Britain, July 13, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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The United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union on March 29, yet little is clear. There is, so far, no divorce deal, rivals to Prime Minister Theresa May are circling and some lawmakers are pushing for a rerun of the 2016 referendum.SCENARIOIf May is toppled, fails to reach a deal with the EU or finds her deal is rejected by Parliament, the U.K. would be plunged into crisis.While the majority of Conservative lawmakers voted against Brexit, many have since switched to supporting Brexit and up to 80 of the 316 Conservative lawmakers now support a sharper split with the EU than May is proposing.If British lawmakers reject a deal in late December or early January, Britain would face the prospect of leaving the EU three months later without an agreement.Recent votes, such as the July vote knocking down an amendment to the Trade Bill, have shown May can command a majority of around six votes on major Brexit issues.A YouGov poll, conducted from July 31 to Aug. 7 and commissioned by the pro-referendum "People's Vote" campaign, found 45 percent of voters supported holding a new referendum whatever the outcome of talks with the EU, while 34 percent opposed it.
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