Uncertainty and 'Brexit paralysis' fears in UK as deadline looms

Theresa May's Brexit deal is coming to a vote before Parliament in the UK, but if it fails, the path forward becomes considerably less clear - and not just for Brexit.

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    The UK narrowly voted to leave the European Union in a referendum in June 2016.

    At the time, it was presented as a relatively straightforward decision.

    But events since then have proved it to be anything but, as a second referendum, a no-confidence vote and a general election are just the start of the potential Brexit effects in the near future.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull explains the options facing the UK as Brexit fast approaches.


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