A pro-Brexit demonstrator waves a placard with others outside the Houses of Parliament in London.
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Britain's government ramped up preparations Tuesday for the possibility that the country could leave the European Union in 101 days without a divorce deal -- putting soldiers on standby and warning thousands of businesses and millions of households to get ready for the worst.Members of May's Cabinet agreed to activate all the government's no-deal plans and advised the public to prepare for disruptions.Opposition legislators and many members of May's Conservative Party remain opposed to the Brexit deal. But with Parliament divided on what should replace it a harder Brexit, a softer Brexit or no Brexit at all -- the whole process is at an impasse.Labour's Brexit spokesman, Keir Starmer, said the no-deal plans were part of scare tactics designed to push lawmakers into backing May's deal.
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