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The State of Brexit on the 29th March 2019 – leaving day 

Today was supposed to be the day the United Kingdom walked away from the European Union. But the world’s most contentious divorce is far from settled. So, instead of throwing lavish parties celebrating the UK’s split from the EU, Brexit supporters plan protests outside Parliament today, while lawmakers inside will vote again on a version of Prime Minister Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement. If the deal passes today, Brexit will happen on May 22. If the vote fails, then the UK crashes out of the EU on April 12 with no deal, which many have predicted would be a financial calamity for Britain.

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The State of Brexit on the 29th March 2019 – leaving day 


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Today was supposed to be the day the United Kingdom walked away from the European Union. But the world’s most contentious divorce is far from settled. So, instead of throwing lavish parties celebrating the UK’s split from the EU, Brexit supporters plan protests outside Parliament today, while lawmakers inside will vote again on a version of Prime Minister Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement. If the deal passes today, Brexit will happen on May 22. If the vote fails, then the UK crashes out of the EU on April 12 with no deal, which many have predicted would be a financial calamity for Britain.