May stops to stroke a dog as she leaves church with her husband Philip in Sonning, England. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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The U.K. is due to leave the EU on March 29 and yet little is clear.The fate of May's government and her Brexit plan is in doubt because it is unclear whether she can command the 320 votes she needs in the House of Commons, the lower house of the British Parliament, to approve a deal.With May's plans in doubt, many British ministers have outlined the damage that they say a disorderly "no-deal" Brexit would do to the world's fifth-largest economy and its reputation as a politically stable haven for investment.Supporters of Brexit, who admit there may be some short-term instability, say some British ministers and business chiefs are spreading scare stories about the impact of a "no-deal" Brexit in an attempt to rally support behind May's plans.
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