A person dressed as British Prime Minister Theresa May at a "Brexit Fudge" pop-up shop organised by pro-Europe activists Best for Britain outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Monday Dec. 10, 2018.(AP Photo/Tim Ireland)
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Prime Minister Theresa May abruptly postponed a parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal Monday, throwing Britain's plan to leave the European Union into chaos after admitting that she faced a rout.May's move on the eve of the scheduled parliamentary vote opens up an array of possible outcomes ranging from a disorderly Brexit without a deal, a last-minute deal clinched just weeks before Britain's March 29 exit, or another EU referendum. European Council President Donald Tusk said later the EU was ready to discuss how to smooth ratification of the deal by Britain's Parliament, but added that the backstop could not be renegotiated.The vote postponement marks what many lawmakers cast as the collapse of May's two-year attempt to forge a compromise under which the United Kingdom would exit the EU while staying largely within its economic sphere. May said that other EU leaders were open to a discussion about the backstop, but few in Parliament were convinced.
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