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The choice is between approving the Brexit deal that Prime Minister Theresa May has negotiated with the European Union, crashing out of the EU with no deal, or trying to reverse the exit process altogether.With respect to the third option, it has been 2 1/2 years since a slim majority of Britons voted to leave the EU, and recent polls now find that a majority would prefer to remain.The decision to hold a referendum on EU membership was made by May's Tory predecessor, David Cameron, who seems to have been focused more on politics than the national interest.The language of the Brexit referendum did not include any mention of the EU customs union and single market, or of the European Court of Justice.Not surprisingly, the deal satisfies neither extreme Brexiteers nor the millions of people who voted to remain in the EU.May is now confronting Parliament with the choice of accepting her deal or crashing out of the EU.
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