British MPs will initiate to scheme a new way of Brexit on Monday, after declining the deal of UK Prime minister Theresa May for the third time, leaving her policy in scraps and the nation in limbo. With less than two weeks to go until the date Britain chances crashing out of the European Union, MPs will hold a series of votes to attempt and choose a majority-supported plan for ending the current crisis.

Britain polled by 52 percent to leave the EU in a 2016 referendum but the proceedings have been sink down in divisions between the Brexit supporters over the terms of the divorce and what kind of prospective limits to ask.

The government signed a deal with the EU in November, but parliament has declined to sanction it – pushing the government for seeking a detainment to the initially scheduled departure date on 29th March.

The offer for an extension of EU until 22nd May was provisional on the approval of the deal in the last week. Despite the promise of the UK Prime Minister for stepping down if they polled for the deal – an attempt for getting Brexit uncompromising followers to poll for it – they failed to do so.

The government must now initiate a new urge to the European Union at an extraordinary summit on 10th April or leaving the bloc without a bloc without an agreement on 12th April with potentially biased economic outcomes. An extended delay beyond 22nd May would have the peculiar consequence of Britain having to detain the European Parliament elections like other member states.

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