UK parliament could have a runoff vote as they seek consensus on Brexit

Indicative votes could continue

UK parliament on Monday will vote on proposals to try to find a way forward on Brexit, including a second referendum and a customs union.

One option afterwards is to pit the most-popular option against May’s Brexit deal in a runoff vote, the BBC reported today.

Everyone is struggling to envision a way forward for Brexit, May or this parliament. Conservatives continue to shoot down election talk and May faces pressure to quit.

If no consensus is found, the next bid decision will be on how long to extend Article 50. A group of 170 of the 314 Conservative MPs signed a letter sent to The Sun on Saturday that rejects a long extension to Article 50.

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