Saturday September 26, 2020

Counting down the Brexit options

Time is running out to prevent Britain crashing out of the EU without a deal. So what are the choices left for government and politicians - and how likely is each scenario?

Aiden Corkery

Political Correspondent

18th August, 2019
Boris Johnson Picture: Getty

With just 74 days left until the Brexit deadline, hopes that a no-deal crash-out can be prevented appear to be dwindling fast.

For many, the prospects of a crash-out being averted rest on Remainer MPs in the House of Commons cobbling together a plan that would prevent British prime minister Boris Johnson pushing ahead with his “do or die” Brexit on October 31.

But just what are the scenarios that could unfold once the British...

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